Using AND with $domain option

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Using AND with $domain option

Postby ainkami » Mon Feb 16, 2009 5:28 am

I want to make an exception filter for google image search.

My current exception filter:

This filter allows thumbnail loading if a link points to an image file OR if it is called from How do I make it only load links if it is an image AND it is called form

If there is no support for it in the current ABP version, can support be added in future version please?
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Postby asdf » Mon Feb 16, 2009 5:52 am

If the whitelist filter you're using allows third-party images you don't want, then you just need to whitelist first-party images. That is not-third-party.

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Or you could leave that filter alone and use

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to blacklist eternal images only while you're doing a google image search.

Re: Using AND with $domain option

Postby Adblock Plus Fan » Mon Feb 16, 2009 6:18 am

ainkami wrote:This filter allows thumbnail loading if a link points to an image file OR if it is called from
It actually already is an "AND". Any additional filter options added works as additional condition.

I think the part that has you confused is how $domain works when it comes to frames. Wladimir explains how it works here:

Basically your whitelist filter will work on any domain if it's invoked from an frame. The $domain feature isn't quite as site specific as most people might think unfortunately.
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Re: Using AND with $domain option

Postby grigorianz » Mon Mar 14, 2011 1:55 pm

That code @@|http://tbn*$image,~third-party,
works perfectly.
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