Bewertet mit 4,6 von 5 Sternen
4,6 von 5 Sternen
- von Humphrey Finkelstein, vor 2 MonatenBewertet mit 2 von 5 SternenThe whitelist ("blacklist") method disables all sorts of useful services like web.archive.org. The blacklist ("whitelist") didn't work with the simple pattern "google.com/url". Some potential here.
- von RenzoBenzo, vor 2 MonatenBewertet mit 4 von 5 SternenIt works well with one exception. The dev uses the terms blacklist and whitelist an odd way. With this addon, the blacklist is actually the whitelist and the whitelist is the blacklist. It took me awhile to figure out the terms were mixed up.
- von Fleet Command, vor 4 MonatenBewertet mit 3 von 5 SternenWhile the author has my gratitude for creating it, I'm afraid it impedes the natural web browsing experience. There are a lot of websites that need to be added to the exception list and the author on Github has said that he won't be doing it. Ordinary users have to spend an hour configuring this add-on, and in the end, is it worth the effort?
- von Coldblackice, vor 4 MonatenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenAwesome addon! Can I make a simple yet useful suggestion? I'd suggest swapping the labels of "Blacklist" and "Whitelist". It's contrary to how they're typically used.
Normally, things that are whitelisted means that nothing is applied or done to them, which is essentially what's happening to entries added to the current "blacklist".
But other than that, great addon! The notification pop-up is very useful, as sometimes it can be confusing why a website didn't function like expected, for example, using Google Images to search-by-image-URL, instead of searching, the image will instead open in a new tab. But the pop-up makes it easy to know what happened, and then I was able to whitelist the Google Image search (same thing with Google Translate, and also Archive.org + Archive.is).
Keep up the great work!