We were thinking about adding "Log" section (something like "Log" section in the PC version: http://screencast.com/t/05vl2TBZuBA)Will there be a list of elements on a page that shows which ones are blocked, in exception or not affected?
On that page we can click each element and define rules, like AdBlock's one.
I'm using Adguard extension for Opera.
We plan to add Polish, French and Chinese localization in Adguard 6.0.Do you have any plans to translate AdGuard GUI on more languages? I think I could translate it to Polish.
We will add an opportunity to add custom filter subscriptions in Adguard 5.10 so you can block it with Fanboy's Annoyance filter.Cool. What about cookies banners blocking as posted #43?
No problem, I'll check it out today.BTW: Could you look at ticket FEV-425-18851 #3215570, please?
Short plan is here:Hi avatar, any idea when .10 is coming? Also do you know if any the features mentioned here will be added:http://forum.adguard.com/showthread.php?1279-more-user-filter-line-needed
The problem is that checking CSS rules hits could significantly slow down Adguard's work.Here's an idea; user filter cleaning options so we can tidy up our user filters of filter rules that aren't needed anymore. I'm thinking Adguard can keep track when a filter was last activated and the most time passed rules could be cleaned out as they may not be needed anymore.
This is doable, we could mark duplicate rules somehow.Ability to check for duplicate filters.
Is it possible to move and perform some tasks (if more then better) on second cpu core?We also plan to optimize the code of version 6.0 and rewrite some of existing modules.
All long-running tasks performed asynchronously already.From the roadmap for v6:
Is it possible to move and perform some tasks (if more then better) on second cpu core?