Would it be possible to block any kind of overlay either the kind that slides in after page load that you can close or the kind that appears and scrolls with the page and can't be closed? An example of both is located on this page. https://www.gateworld.net/news/2019/04/stargate-extinction-movie-script-pages/ Technically neither are ads but overlays in general are beyond obnoxious. On chrome (PC) I have a specific extension that gets rid of them. I assume it strips the code for them out when the page is loading. Is such a thing possible with an adguard filter even if the overlay isn't coming from an ad server? I ask because I'm starting to see more sites use them for ads to bypass adblocking. They host the "ad" on their own site so no filters touch it then stick it in an overlay. I'm assuming it's not possible because adguard doesn't filter the actual code of a page it just blocks connections to ad servers but if there is even a slim chance I gotta ask. If it's not possible I suppose I could use kiwi browser which allows installing regular chrome extensions and I could do it that way but then I lose chrome and edge's sync abilities. Thanks.