Arcenus wrote:a.k.a. there is adds that adblock doesn't block, ergo, there needs to be an improvement on adblock.
Sorry for trying to get clarification on your problem, so that when we try to look into it, we don't get told "wait that's not what I meant".
With that said, I just tried my own personal setup to go just under the subscription-storage limit: viewtopic.php?p=156641#p156641
Specifically, try deleting (not just unchecking) Malware Domains and Fanboy's Social Blocking List, and installing the Anti-Adblock Killer and Peter Lowe's Ad Servers lists, along with the default Adblock Warning Removal List, EasyList, and EasyPrivacy; also, add the following custom filters that I have found over the years:
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The whitelist rules are necessary to avoid some anti-Adblock behavior.EDIT
Maybe Edge extensions just can't filter requests made from inside the Flash Player; I mean this setup does work in Chrome, but I can still trigger the ads in Edge (even without the filter-storage warning) but not Chrome. I'm about to try out the highly experimental uBlock Origin for Edge, which has at least included a workaround for the filter-storage limit: https://github.com/nikrolls/uBlock-Edge#edgeEDIT
Okay, it turns out that requests from plugin content cannot be modified by Edge extensions (I checked this after trying uBlock Origin for Edge and finding it failing the same way as ABP); I guess I'm sticking with Chrome then: https://github.com/MicrosoftEdge/Micros ... webrequest
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