Websites where the AdGuard Assistant is not shown

Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
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Well, AG for Windows is supposed to automatically block QUIC connections... but it sounds like the block feature is borked again. @TheHasagi or @Chinaski this probably needs to be reported to the devs to check.
 

caleb59

Member
WTF is going on...

Now AdGuard Assistant is not visible on google.com!
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And the most strange observation - when using browser (Chrome) incognito mode Assistant icon is visible on google.com! What is going on, I was talking with another user about this and he has the same problem as me.
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Newest BETA version fix this problem: https://github.com/AdguardTeam/AdguardForWindows/releases/tag/v7.0.2638.6551-beta
 
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pfarmer

New Member
A table showing where I've found the Assistant to be missing while on my Mac. I'll add to this as I find more.

SiteBrowserMacOS version
www.washingtonpost.com Now working (4-Oct-19)Safari 13, Chrome 77.0.3865.9010.14.16
www.airbnb.com Now working (4-Oct-19) Safari 13, Chrome 77.0.3865.9010.14.16
 
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Chinaski

Support Marine
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@pfarmer
Hello there!
Please, check the user filters.
Maybe you have turned off the filtering for these sites?
 

Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
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Can't reproduce, it shows on all of them for me in Chrome, Edge (both the old Edge and Chromium-based Edge) and Firefox.

With it not showing on YouTube for you, that usually suggests to me QUIC is enabled and not being blocked correctly. You could try going to edge://flags/#enable-quic and setting the Experimental QUIC protocol to Disabled and press the blue Restart button.
 

Elijah_Xu

New Member
Can't reproduce, it shows on all of them for me in Chrome, Edge (both the old Edge and Chromium-based Edge) and Firefox.

With it not showing on YouTube for you, that usually suggests to me QUIC is enabled and not being blocked correctly. You could try going to edge://flags/#enable-quic and setting the Experimental QUIC protocol to Disabled and press the blue Restart button.
Thank you.

Issue solved by turning on "Filter localhost".
 
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pfarmer

New Member
And now... I am not seeing the Assistant anywhere, either on Safari or on Chrome.
(Yes, "Use AdGuard Assistant" is checked in the Extensions tab of AdGuard Preferences.)

Configuration:
  • macOS 10.15 (19A602) (Catalina)
  • AdGuard for Mac Desktop 2.1.3.600 release (CL-1.4.138)
  • Safari 13.0.2 (15608.2.30.1.1)
  • Google Chrome 77.0.3865.120 (Official Build) (64-bit)
I am not running any other content blockers.
I have cleared the cache on each of the browsers and have uninstalled/reinstalled AdGuard, with restarts after each stage in that process. And that was (as far as I know) a complete uninstall that included all the bits and bytes I could find tucked away in ~/Library and /Library.

While it's tempting to blame my recent macOS upgrade, I'm pretty sure that the Assistant was still appearing after I installed Catalina.
Is there any possibility that some setting has placed it outside the bounds of my screen?
 
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hello_2019

New Member
[QUOTE =“ Boo Berry,帖子:190282,成员:1906”]
上述高级设置仅适用于Windows的AG,不能用于Mac的AG。
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I am using AD for windows. Sorry, my question is, can I filter ads in Google Chrome only by turning on WFP filtering?
 

Chinaski

Support Marine
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Administrator
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@pfarmer
Hello there!

First of all, are you're using third-party antivirus, firewall or VPN?
You can also install the Nightly version and check it out.
 

Boo Berry

Moderator + Beta Tester
Moderator
I am using AD for windows. Sorry, my question is, can I filter ads in Google Chrome only by turning on WFP filtering?
It should already filter ads, but if it's not something's wrong. Are you using any antivirus/antimalware software? If so, what?
 
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