fanboy wrote:In short, no. given some youtube providers need to play the ad before the video starts.
spas|spas wrote:2- i'm using ABP for ages and very satisfied of its performance BUT in some youtube pages it lets the ads go through, even its symbol on the right corner of the browser turns green.
asdf wrote:come on, spas. There are no ads on youtube that require anything other than adblock plus to prevent them. If you can't figure it out, that's your inability, not the extension's. I have no problem blocking all ads on youtube and watching any video I want. You can't block google ads on youtube? What an amateur.
Pro-tip checklist for killing youtube ads:
block any object_subrequest items from any subdomain of youtube.com that is not /crossdomain.xml
Block any first-party flash or script from youtube.com except object_subrequest from *.c.youtube.com (||c.youtube.com$~object_subrequest)
Actually, anything from s.ytimg.com/yt/swf/ is uncessary. Video players come from /yt/swfbin/
Block all non-images from every other domain of ytimg.com.
DONE. ADS ARE GONE.
Also, greasemonkey has a beta that is compatible with firefox 4. Even so, there is a fork of greasemonkey called Scriptish, which can be found at amo, that was created months ago specifically to be firefox 4 compatible, and has other enhancements.
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