Nope, it was one of the listed tasks in the changelog.There will be a hotfix update available soon.
Do you remember which task exactly?
PS: Guys, I am currently on short vacations (actually for a couple of days already). I'll try to be in touch, though, but the internet here is rather meh.
Honestly, we've tried to take most of your and @Phonemes notes into account.Nope, it was one of the listed tasks in the changelog.
Indeed: https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardAssistant/issues/22In the assistant element blocking window, the "min" and "max" positions of the frame size slider ought to be swapped around.
Sorry for the late reply.It would much better if you describe in detail what you consider "bloat" there.
It was also previous behaviour. There should be an option "Auto-scroll".Also it not scrolling to the bottom of the list upon opening is annoying too, IMO.
| Name | Type | Rule | Process | Source | | yahoo.com | HTML | Content filtered | chrome.exe | | | <script src="||example.org^" | Script | ||example.org^ | chrome.exe | yahoo.com |
Not just URL. I think in the case of an element removed by $$ rule, it should contain the whole element content (ok, not the name column, but we can show the whole contents in the details pane).Looks good to me as long as the name section is containing the full url path which got blocked and is highlightable to copy it. So one can copy the complete line of it or only parts of it (user's choice).