I noticed that you used the (very well-optimized) 1x1-pixel 67-byte transparent PNGWladimir Palant wrote:No, it doesn't collapse - if the web developer defined a particular size for this image then it will still occupy this area. If he didn't then the image will have the size 1x1.
It would be an improvement over the garish checkerboards or bold black-and-red images that some other filtering solutions useWladimir Palant wrote:Especially given that a few years ago I played with the idea of introducing half-transparent "blocked ad" placeholders, something that might still be done at some point.
OK, I think I know the problem: When lists are updated and placed into Local Storage, the old versions of those lists are not removed; the Chrome Web Inspector shows that the keys in the Local Storage database are the URLs of the lists, so one possible solution could be to remove from Local Storage the keys with those URLs...but maybe it works the way it currently does because once a tab is loaded, the latest copies of the lists at that time might need to remain in Local Storage until that tab changes (like being refreshed or closed or sent to a new address).adam777 wrote:Confirmed here as well.
Causes loss of lists. Meaning, unable to update a list, so it's inactive and needs to be removed and readded.
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