forum.xda-developers.com - links in an article are not clickable

Nameless

Beta Tester
Was about to say "unable to reproduce my end" then i read "opera extension".

Will have to wait for boo berry or someone that has oepra installed to check this but the links are clickable and work in the windows application.
 

Salad

New Member
http://www.xda-developers.com
forum.xda-developers.com links in an article are not clickable with spyware and tracking filter enabled.

Examples:
http://www.xda-developers.com/android/easily-create-an-updater-script-using-a-windows-based-tool/
http://www.xda-developers.com/android/acdisplay-now-shows-active-notifications-on-jelly-bean/

I'm using Adguard extension on latest stable Opera.
Strange. The links are clickable with my laptop.

Opera on my desktop and laptop has the same sets of extensions.
 

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Administrator
Staff member
Administrator
Temporary fix, add this rule to your user filter:
Code:
@@||xda-developers.com^$jsinject
The problem is that Opera extension cannot use javascript injection rules from our filters (because of extensions moderation).
So we just automatically hardcode them when we build extension.

The problem with xda-developers caused by one of javascript injection rules so it will be fixed when we publish new extension version.
 

Salad

New Member
The fix doesn't work for me.

I have just tested with Chrome and Firefox and encountered the same issue.

I also noticed more on Opera. If I go back or forward (using the back and forward button) to an article, forum.xda-developers.com links in the article work. Wiki link in the navigation bar also works, but the forums link does not whereas 2 links are on the same domain.



Maybe I'll wait for the new version then.

A little off-topic: Recently I just gave Adguard Windows application a try and was quite impressed :p. It works across all browsers and doesn't slow down them. Plus it doesn't have this kind of issue due to being a separate application.
 
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Administrator
Staff member
Administrator
Strange, this fix should have helped you (at least it helps me:)).
Please check that the rule you've added to the user filter does not contain spaces.
 

Salad

New Member
I copied and pasted the rule as is and double checked.

BTW just found out this issue comes up when spyware and tracking filter is used.
 

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Administrator
Staff member
Administrator
I see now, we have one more Opera extension bug. "jsinject" just does not work in Opera:(.

Sadly but the only fix until we've released new version -- add xda-developers.com and forum.xda-developers.com to the white list.
 
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