Wladimir Palant wrote:1. & 2.
Wladimir Palant wrote:3. So far the preferences dialog would try to apply changes to the webpage it was opened from. This shouldn't be necessary now, it is enough if the filter composer dialog does it.
Wladimir Palant wrote:The development build supports both adding new filters via filter composer and via preferences dialog (you have to change a hidden preference). Do you think this is necessary?
Ares2 wrote:Just after adding a new rule or also when I disable a rule and hit apply then?
(ex: Go to a page where an element is hidden - open blockable items to see what rule is active - right click - edit filter in effect - disable filter - hit apply to see what the rule has hidden - maybe reactivate it and apply again)
The standard option when blocking something is the second one - the full path of the element but not the element itself. I think the standard should be the first one - the full adress of the element - because if a user doesn't bother about the options and just click "Adblock Image" and then OK, he will probably block things he doesn't want to.
Wladimir Palant wrote:Element hiding is a separate story - in Firefox 3 changes apply immediately and I don't have to do anything for that.
Wladimir Palant wrote:On the other hand, users regularly complain that images "come back" when you reload the page. You are right that most users usually just click OK, and that limits the usefulness of Adblock Plus for them a lot. I think that the second option is a sane default - it should usually do what the user wants and it will rarely cause false positives
Wladimir Palant wrote:@Ares2: I didn't do anything about the collapse option yet (and won't do as long as bug 424970 is an issue).
Wladimir Palant wrote:Firefox will now collapse some blocked elements by default however, regardless of what Adblock Plus says.
In a way, yes.Wladimir Palant wrote:The development build supports both adding new filters via filter composer and via preferences dialog (you have to change a hidden preference). Do you think this is necessary?
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