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This by far is the best adblocking addon for the annoying adds on emails.. Many thanks
Now i can read my yahoo mail in full screen :) Yipee
The best FireFox add-on that I've found is Webmail Ad Blocker. It blocks those annoying ads which otherwise appear on Hotmail. Webmail Ad Blocker is the primary reason I switched to Firefox and I love it.
About a week ago Gmail changed something, and now this add-on makes it work weird. For example when sending mails, it remains "sending in background" status, though the mail is sent actually.
Wonderful add-on. Works with Firefox 12.
For what I have seen, work the same as AdBlock Plus, but better. Even in Gmail adds are history.
your add is a very great program... thanks a lot for your help.... congratulations man...
Does the job.
Works perfectly with Firefox 8 and Hotmail. (IMHO installing the very latest Firefox is usually inadvisable as some add-ons probably haven't been fully tested with it; old versions of FF can be downloaded from filehippo.com.)
Ad blocker has worked wonders for the past few years; however, Hotmail programmers have figured out how to disable your email account if it detects ad-blocker is active. In other words, if you have Ad-Blocker turned on, your Hotmail account will be non-responsive to whatever you try to do: view, edit, compose, and you will get error messages. Once you disable Ad-Blocker, Hotmail works again, and yep there are those pesky ads again as well.
Some little bugs, but this extension is very useful. Please go on with this good extension.Thank you very much.
No More ad on Hotmail, and i can view my email in full..
Thanks for sharing
Nice add-on removing the annoying Ads in Gmail. Thanks! There are some problems in handling People Widget (icons are garbled), but I choose to use the option to remove the widget. I used to use Grease Monkey script to remove Ads; but, in that case, there was not an option related to People Widget (icons were garbled in the same way), also bottom Ads were there. Webmail Ad Blocker handles the bottom Ads, too. Really nice.
Its not working for the Bottom adverts.. I have paid for Webmail ad blocker.. right side ads have disappeared but not bottom ones. plz fix
Not perfectly compatible with the new look in Gmail. Gmail features are removable as advertised, but the large block of white space remains on the right side where the ads and People's Widget used to be. Also, ditto on the annoyance over the "Webmail Ad Blocker" donation plea in the Gmail menu bar. Works great in the old look though, so it just needs an update!
I don't understand why this capability cannot be a subscription to AdBlock Plus + Element Hider, except for some ostentatious adware notification. I already have blocked most Gmail and Yahoo mail ads, and if I had the time, I'd find a way expand the wasted space -- yes a bit manual, but more elegant, no need for additional addon and w/o the ad annoyance.
I updated my Gmail to the new look (the 'Preview' theme) and, lo and behold, I ended with a big 'WebMail Ad Blocker' item in the menu bar, pushing for a donation. As there seemed to be no way to make it disappear, I uninstalled the addon. It might have been useful, but this was intrusion of the most unwelcome kind. I see no difference after uninstall.
So there you go, it slightly works, but there are some bugs to be levelled out..
Besides, that advert at the top is rather patronising, and the inability to remove it is even worse..
If I think software deserves a donation for quality, then I decide that, NOT YOU!
I've created several addons now, mostly in Chrome and I'm trying different things all the time, and I'm also trying to understand my users. Your wording does reveal some emotion (and don't worry you're not the first) but I'd like to understand the root cause. I completely understand if you don't want to enlighten me, but here my questions... Why was the link patronizing you? Did you feel forced to donate to use my addon? Have you every donated/contributed for anything online? How much and how frequent? Would you say you actively write reviews or comments for online material? What is your ratio of good and bad reviews? Do you have any alternative suggestion for me? I just realized that while writing this that ironically my main clientele probably despises ads and therefore they would obviously react badly to my link resembling an ad. Hmm I should have realized that much earlier :) I am genuinely just seeking honest feedback from you since you already took the time to write once. Your welcome to reply directly here or contact me at http://jasonsavard.com/contact
This add-on is great. However, it does not work well with the People Widget Google introduced. When I disable this add-on, GMail looks fine. When enabled, the icons are garbled. Please update.
works fine with FF5!!!
Great addon! Works fine! Except for the donation nuisance!
Time for an update! Make it compatible with Firefox 5 please
Very good add-on and i'm considering to donate. it works very well on the latest version of Gmail or Hotmail. it used to work with Yahoo!Mail beta but as they are publishing the final version, there is still a sectino that is not hidden when the user activate the option:
"Show X number of Message per page" instead of the infinite scrolling setting.
Hopefully this is gonna be updated soon.
Also i'm wondering if this is gonna play well with Gmail's "People Widget"that was announced yesterday
Thank for the great work
This is a great add-on but for the publisher to remove the adverts in gmail and hotmail and to insert his own "you have to donate" link in order to remove it feels a bit like someone holding a gun to my head. I don't buy that so I followed the content of the 'fix' posted by 'Yeeeeeeeeees' and voila! THE LINK IS GONE! If the author hadn't tried to force a donation in such a devious way, I would probably have made a donation and rated this extension with 5 stars instead of 3.
Works swimmingly in FF 3.6.16 and 4 release, thanks a ton. If I HAD money I'd donate. And I couldn't agree more - if Google paid me, perhaps I'd care if they made money off me or not. As it is they don't, so I don't. Simple.
I've been waiting for an extension like this.
It is simple to use
I use it for both my Gmail and Hotmail accounts and works great.
It's consistently updated.
The screenshots could use improvement
All these reasons had persuaded me to gladly donate to the author.
The options page is extensive, but again the layout could use some work
Thanks also for updating it for the latest Firefox version
I also checked out your addons on your homepage, good stuff.
The best thing about this addon though is extra room to write my emails
Good luck with your future creations
This seems to be a nice functional add-on - works fine for me, although I have only tested it for Hotmail.
However, whilst I have no problem with donations being requested (that's perfectly fair), I find it both ironic and annoying that an add-on which removes annoying advertising sees fit to impose its own donation advertising link!
So, if you want to remove this link (without donating), simply do the following:
1) type about:config into the Firefox address bar
2) click on the button to accept the "Here be dragons" warning (we're not going to be changing anything that involves the Firefox base system)
3) scroll down to the line starting "extensions.gmailadblocker.donateLink"
4) double click on this line and the following line "extensions.gmailadblocker.donationClicked" which should change the "Value" column for both of these from true and false respectively, to false and true respectively
5) close that tab, and reload your Hotmail/Gmail window, and you should not be plagued by the donation link anymore!