The subject of my question is: seen the current paradigm of ADB - specifying a list of filters, with the possibility to selectively disable them on specific pages - is it possible to add a feature which permits the opposite, i.e. enabling ADB only on user-selected pages and leaving the others unmanaged?
Before I leave the question to you, a few premises:
- This feature is already partially available
As shown in the discussion linked above, one could possibly follow the instructions provided by the answerer. Why I am caring to post this, though - even if what I'm asking for may already be available -, I think is quite legitimate: such a possibility may be less accessible to less expert users, or even to those - such as me, as in this case - who may not want to employ their time on investigating how ADB works, so to be able to make it work.
- I do not know ADB internals, nor have I done extensive searches on other ways to accomplish this
So excuse me if my feature request appears to be just a mere triviality. I believe that such a feature should be promptly available to end-users - maybe on the configuration panel? - instead of making it available through workarounds to knowledgeable ones. I do not certainly discourage to explore ADB internals; one can certainly do it to fine-tune their own configuration with various facets, but I find it less advisable with more gross features such as this one. (Really, have I been the only one to think for such a similar idea?)
So, in the end, address any out-of-place consideration to my lack of exploring. I just didn't want to consume myself on something like this. (Well, having opened such a discussion I already have done it, and I think it is quite enough.)
Is, in any case, inappropriate to ask for other ad-blockers which include what I have just requested?