Wladimir Palant wrote:Do you have other suggestions? How else are users supposed to decide which filter subscription is good for them?
I'm pretty sure that the majority of ABP users ain't tech-savvy anymore since the extension made it's way to the mass audience in the past couple of years.
People adding the extension by themselves or with the help of someone and not touching the preference and option from this point forward.
I don't see any reason or logic way a user from Germany with an English browser shouldn't have a German list as well as most of the websites he's going to browse will be in the German language.
Combining both location and language preference should be the most effective way to fight ads and anti-adblock companies.
The fact you updated the way you are handling Element hiding rules in Firefox (and hopefully Chrome in the future) will make the lists lighter on the user's browser.
Michael wrote:The reason why language is often more relevant for indications of subscription coverage is that people who understand English can also read, for example, American English, Canadian English and Australian English, and that users based in any arbitrary country could therefore visit any comprehensible website, regardless of the origins.
There is no need to create separated list for each country but to attach specific filter lists for user whom located in countries where additional list is avail.
For example, Canda (although FR is avail there as well), US, Australia, England,& Ireland will share the main easylist EN list while People from Austria, Switzerland & Germany users will get the German list even if their browser language set to English as they are most likely to browser a German speaking website.