Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Missed Ads' started by Nzyme, Jan 3, 2019.
Ads seen on the search page on Android.
Is HTTPS filtering works on this domain?
HTTPS Filtering is enabled in Settings and Firefox certificate in installed.
I mean is it working on that domain? Open filtering log, refresh the tab and make screenshot.
Still can't reproduce.
@Adam @Blaz please take a look.
@Nzyme check this rule
it must hide the page, all content.
I can't reproduce it.
1. Cleared all browsing history, cache, etc.
2. Disabled all extensions.
3. Disabled all user filters.
4. Disabled Stealth Mode.
5. Updated all filters.
I am still seeing Google ads. Even tried the above filter rule but it does not work.
filtering is not working as it should on your device. Try in another browser.
I tried the filter rule in Firefox browser and when I open google.com, I don't see anything on the page. So the filter works?
Yes, the text rule of Alex302 was supposed to hide complete body.
So what's the purpose of this rule when it hides everything? I mean it blocks the contents and the ads so is there any reason why this rule was provided?
It was a test to see if elemhide rules work on your device.
Ok so the rule works as it hides everything. So what next? How do we solve the main issue? Ads are still seen on Google search.
We need remote access to check it(with remote debugging)
Ok, is there another way where I can provide you with some logs?
Logs are useless in this case.