Adblock Plus 1.11 for Chrome, Opera and Safari released · 2016-03-08 17:44 by Sebastian Noack
This release features the new developer tools panel which shows blockable items along with applied filters, and provides an easy way to create new filters for these items, on Chrome and Opera.
Another big change in this release: The “Block element” dialog is no longer injected into the page, but opened as a popup on Chrome and Opera, and as a new tab on Safari. This solved a couple issues, most notably a way that allowed websites to reliably detect whether Adblock Plus is installed.
- Significant improvements to the popup blocking mechanism on Chrome and Opera, in order to address some corner cases which have been exploited by some websites (issue 3651).
- Restricted the data send by the uninstall page. We respect your privacy! (issue 3649)
- Fixed: CSS property filters weren’t applied correctly when comma-separated lists of selectors were involved (issue 3654).
- Fixed: The “Block element” feature didn’t consider $genericblock exception rules (issue 3620, issue 3636).
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