Clean Links question Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Hi Diego, I have followed some of the extensions you do and wanted to know the "exact" reason or use for Clean Links? Sounds overly simple but what application is it used best for?

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thanks you job

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很好用的扩展 希望作者保持更新即可

Very Nice Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

this is a great software

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cool addon, works like a charm

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Someone had to make this add, and this is probably the best.

Yandex support? Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Not working on (links still contains garbage) and (broke links)

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Clean Link does not get active if i move it into firefox's menu. It will be active only if it is set (by default) on the toolbar. This bug has been reported a long time ago by other user but not get fixed, Github:bug #56
Firefox 37.0.2

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Great add-on! Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

Great add-on, a few suggestions:

1. For some sites, Clean Links appends a '#' to the cleaned link, e.g. Google with JavaScript disabled.

2. For the blacklists and whitelists, the comma-delimited list is difficult to read quickly and modify. I think it would be helpful to use a one-entry-per-line textbox or some sort of interface to add and remove entries.

3. Please make options sync-able.

4. Please provide a detailed explanation for what each of the options does on the Options page.


Pretty awesome but... Noté 4 sur 5 étoiles

It works like explained, but if you use Google search results and normally have it open new links in a new tab, it won't. It forces the page to open on the current page you're looking at. Very annoying if you are needing to open numerous links. You have to temporarily disable the add-on to utilize 'open links in new tab'. Otherwise, a nice add-on.

Hello, usually i use the middle-mouse-button when i want to open sites in a new tab, but in any case go to the addon settings and enable the "Follow target attribute" option which may helps.


Translations Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

Awesome addon! But please make some translations of settings (i'm Russian), i think more users need this. Thx.

Awesome Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

This add-on works amazing!

Edit: stupid me :-)

Hi, i posted a reply in your SUMO ticket. Basically, if you don't like that you just have to turn off the "Highlight Cleaned Links" option.

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Clean Links is missing one very important feature a Blacklist mode. I really need and want to be able to only block redirects for sites on my blacklist. Other then that Clean Links is a great replacement for the now discontinued Redirect Cleaner.

Hopefully Blacklist mode will be added and then Cleans Links will be perfect for my needs :)

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I was using Redirect Cleaner but it's not available anymore so I've switched to Clean Links. It works very well, thanks for maintaining this addon.

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I suggest to add support for a reversed urls
similar to /moc.elgoog//:sptth

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Nice it does what it said

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С регулярными выражениями париться не охота, лучше буду юзать Pure URL.

Great and Keep it up Noté 5 sur 5 étoiles

I love this addon but altough it may be hard work, please add a redirect-removal feature like the addon redirect remover. I hope that the redirect watcher function is good enough. Keep up the good work. 5/5

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The "skip domains" list reset all my custom entries when an update changed the defaults. Luckily I read the changelog before updating and anticipated that would happen so no harm done (I'm that good :) but next time you alter any of the default values in an update, you should make sure you are appending the update; not erasing user settings.

Also, facebook is in the skip domains list by default. Facebook is literally the biggest offender of url redirecting I have ever encountered and it should ABSOLUTELY NOT be excluded! Perhaps if there's some element of facebook that cleanlinks breaks, you should hardcode a specific rule for that element.

I also use the addon pure-url- I am fairly certain clean links does all pure url does and more. I think clean link's "remove from url" option is exactly what pure-url does, correct? The only issue is clean links uses regex, and well, you know the saying, "and now you have two problems". I'd love to consolidate the number of addons I have by removing pure-url, but pure-url has a nice coma separated list that I can actually use without fear of breaking an entire regex expression and losing all related protection/functionality.

I've just read up on regex and I think I've translated all of pure-url's defaults into clean links (also needed to enable the http observer option to clean links on refresh like pure-url does). The only two differences I know of between what pure-url can do and what clean links does: pure-url also cleans the URL that is shown when you hover the cursor over the URL without clicking, and pure-url can create site specific rules ( to remove the ?src= only on I don't know if the first difference is important (as long as the url is changed before the first server connection is made), but that second feature might be worth implementing.