You hardly can break Adguard using userscripts. At least there's nothing that can't be reverted disabling that userscript back.I must say this is new to me (userscripts) I understand what they are able to do.
That's about it, I wonder if one is able to break Adguard using them? Where Caution
is needed, like say install one test it and see if any adverse effects to Adguard
before installing another or does it matter with the use of userscripts in Adguard.
Are Adguard extensions and userscripts one and the same?
I'd argue with that. We make posts sticky if they are absolutely necessary to know (e.g. section rules) or contain information that is extremely helpful for everyone. While userscripts are a great tool to customize Adguard, browser, surfing experience etc., they are not vital for average user. Those who are interested should have no difficulties finding this topic where it is now.The forum should make this topic a sticky.
I would say that anyone who bothers to visit our forum is already not an average userGreetings Vasily,
"not vital for average user"
Yes I understand a little better now, as I'm a average user who didn't
understand that it's not mandatory to add or change anything about
Adguard for it to function, that only an advanced user would have a
need for this action.
As always ,Thank you for your help and insight,