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integrate the functions of Flashblock?

Postby m » Fri Mar 11, 2011 3:56 am

I think you should integrate this feature, it's really useful for users of both the two extension, and to obtain the best program performance.

Especially consider to the flash block function of ADP is very poor under the Chrome.

Best wish.
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Re: integrate the functions of Flashblock?

Postby Tom Seiber » Fri Mar 11, 2011 6:28 am

And please integrate a popup blocker.
Better PopUp Blocker needs an update.
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Re: integrate the functions of Flashblock?

Postby m » Fri Mar 11, 2011 10:26 am

Popup blocker of chrome is fine for me.

To integrate the functions of FlashBlock, the ADP has natural advantage.

The only problem is political that the author of FlashBlock would be enraged, ADP with FlashBlock will ruin the FlashBlock project.
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Re: integrate the functions of Flashblock?

Postby Till » Fri Mar 11, 2011 11:09 am

I don't really see the point in adding this functionality if FlashBlock does a good job already. This would require a lot of development time that is better spent on other issues.
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Re: integrate the functions of Flashblock?

Postby lewisje » Sun Mar 13, 2011 11:45 pm

Chrome has had FlashBlock-style functionality built in since version 6, called "click-to-play"; since version 8 it has been available via about:flags (as opposed to manually entering a command-line argument into a shortcut), and I hope that by version 12 it will be available by default. Once you have enabled click-to-play, go here and choose "Click to play" under Plug-ins: chrome://settings/content
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Re: integrate the functions of Flashblock?

Postby m » Wed Mar 16, 2011 6:14 am

Till,
One extension is better than two, two need iterate twice.

lewisje,
It doesn't support a white list, many user usually use a few of flash-based websites.
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Re: integrate the functions of Flashblock?

Postby lewisje » Thu Mar 17, 2011 2:15 am

m wrote:lewisje,
It doesn't support a white list, many user usually use a few of flash-based websites.
It does: chrome://settings/contentExceptions
Also you'll be able to click the little puzzle piece in the address bar and choose the option "always allow" and then you won't need to click-to-play on that site anymore; it's really better than Flashblock in every way.
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Re: integrate the functions of Flashblock?

Postby m » Fri Mar 18, 2011 12:26 pm

lewisje wrote:
m wrote:lewisje,
It doesn't support a white list, many user usually use a few of flash-based websites.
It does: chrome://settings/contentExceptions
Also you'll be able to click the little puzzle piece in the address bar and choose the option "always allow" and then you won't need to click-to-play on that site anymore; it's really better than Flashblock in every way.


Thank you! you really helped me, bless you! :D
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Re: integrate the functions of Flashblock?

Postby Tarkus » Sun Mar 27, 2011 11:19 pm

Wow, that is an awesome tip, thanks! I saw that function in about:flags before, but didn't know what it did. Very cool.
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