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import filter from firebird image manager?

 
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 10, 2003    Post subject: import filter from firebird image manager? Reply with quote

before i found the joy that is adblock, i had compiled a pretty large list of sites for which i blocked images, using the default firebird image manager.

now, i would like to copy all of these into my adblock filter. is there a quick and easy way to do this?

yes, i know i could re-enter them all manually, or even play a little game and see what minimum set of regexps are necessary to cover all the bases (fun for geeks!). what i'm looking for here, though, is quick and easy.

thanks!
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 10, 2003    Post subject: Re: import filter from firebird image manager? Reply with quote

cardinal wrote:
before i found the joy that is Adblock, i had compiled a pretty large list of sites for which i blocked images, using the default firebird image manager.

now, i would like to copy all of these into my Adblock filter. is there a quick and easy way to do this?

yes, i know i could re-enter them all manually, or even play a little game and see what minimum set of regexps are necessary to cover all the bases (fun for geeks!). what i'm looking for here, though, is quick and easy.

thanks!


If it really is a large list than your don't want to bother. basically try to use as few (but cleverly written) filters as possible as other wise your browsers rendering speed could be slowed down considerably. In fact if your image list is huge it probably has slowed considerable - I discovered this after deleting mine and switching to adblocker instead.
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