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Lacks temporarily disable blocking/bypass blocking

 
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CyberCrow
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2003    Post subject: Lacks temporarily disable blocking/bypass blocking Reply with quote

I have set up a list of filters that works quite well. Sometimes, though, entire sites are blocked and the page is replaced by AdBlocked, filter *something* and then the full url. Reload doesn't work even after disabling adblock, I have to go back and rehit the link, which I can't do when I opened the link in a new tab.Sad
My request is, therefore, that a bypass possibility be provided when an entire website is blocked.
Another solution would be to render impossible that an entire page is blocked. This may imply creating incoherence in the code, which may make it heavier and more susceptible to workarounds for ad-people.Confused
The filters that (for me) triggered entire page blocking are *partners* and *doubleclick*. They are as a rule very powerful in blocking ads so I won't do away with them.
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 03, 2003    Post subject: Reply with quote

CyberCrow:
Since nightly 22, there's been an option to disable "Site Blocking" in prefs. Just update.
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