Ryulong wrote:If you install directly from the home page it installs v2.9.1 rather than 3.0. And if you go into add-ons manager and hit "Options" for Adblock Plus you can turn off automatic updates, preventing the upgrade to 3.0 again.
David Revill wrote:So can I confirm I understand correctly - the customizable "View Blockable Items" feature **will** be reinstated in future versions of ABP for Firefox? I agree with most of the other posts here. It's absolutely essential in terms of being able to be as tight or as relaxed as you want about tracking scripts and the like.
David Revill wrote:If your aim is to keep things really locked down, as mine is, the clumsy default options don't offer enough protection.
Garlandwars wrote:Does the settings in about:config have any effect anymore on the current adblock 3.0.1? i noticed that it was still in 2.9.1 under extensions.adblockplus.currentVersion. If not is there any way i could edit adblock Subscription autoupdates? the daily check is bugging me and it considerably slows down firefox.
mapx wrote:2. click F12, click "Adblock Plus" tab, press F5 (refreshing the page) ==> You'll get the list of the web requests, triggered filters, hover the rows and you can click "block item" / "add an exception"
MOB wrote:The beauty of the old feature it was much faster and etc. Plus we could spot what ads or junk we wanted to block without having to refresh the page--which now makes it cumbersome to target what we want blocked.
MOB wrote:Also, I see that there is no way to disable ABP on a single page (instead on the entire site)? At least I could not find that option?
fms wrote:Upgraded to Firefox57. Now, ABP leaks memory in multiple processes at once, at increased speed when compared to Firexfox56. As previously, the memory is lost in JS string allocations containing large pieces of the blocked HTML.
mapx wrote:Kevin "email" from https://adblockplus.org/blog/adblock-plus-browser-add-on-gets-comfy-with-firefox-57#c007251Kevin · 2017-11-08 03:54 · #
It’s me again; I refined my list of must-haves for adblock. I tried to email it to the devs but got an email error. How can I email the developers??
Here’s the email:
To the adblock devs:
Earlier, I just listed things I don’t like in the new version, but I know it is more important that you (the devs) know which “features” are “critical” for users.
Since you can’t just copy the 2.0 design, you need to know the must-have features so you can re-implement them somehow.
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