Rated 4.6 out of 5
4.6 Stars out of 5
- by derek400004, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5I've been a big fan of this plugin for well over 4 years now, but the new FF policy change is leading Nuke Anything Enhanced to some unnecessary UX issues..
- Can you please change the contextual menu logo to a graytone color + slightly smaller size?
- Can we move "Activate..." away as an option box in Add-on Manager? It isn't really a mission-critical function and as a UX designer, I don't see myself using it anywhere as often as undo or remove.
Edit: Thank you for getting back to me, and updating the add-on so quickly! Edited rating to 5-stars!!I think if you have more than one element to remove, or if you need precision the new [Nuke when you press X] mode is much better ( since i can't indicate which element will be removed with [Remove this] anymore).
Activate it, press [x] on a few items then [esc].
I've added a todo about the icon colors in the next update.
For the size, i am using what mozilla recommends... Don't know if making it smaller will still display well on all devices/resolutions.
 This is now supported in ver 2.1, you can go to the options and remove the items you don't want.
Also the icon in the menu is has more muted colors like you requested.
- by basa, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5An all time favourite. Unfortunately, the [X]-feature in version 2 doesn't go well with the "Search for text when you start typing"-feature. The Control-click alternative doesn't seem to work on a Mac. I still love this extension though. A must have.
- by iana, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5a good addon updated to webext
I was afraid this would be one of those addons that would die off with FF 57 but the author has updated it and it's working good, there might be a few things to polish off
tank you developer
- by xKiv, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5The new "delete with X" mode is even better than my old "right click, R" method of quick-nuking.
But the one thing that I would miss is "remove selection". Nothing else allows me to just (multi)select everything I want gone, and then make it gone without tedious clickery (or exploration of the page's DOM).
(ETA: by that I mean it's a great feature that works ("would miss"), not that it's not working (I would write that as "do miss").
When I saw this addon update without a "LEGACY" label next to it, I got way more excited than any other addon got me.
- by Yadn, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 55 stars for all the usefulness this extension gave. But it won't work with FF57, and with no clear message that it will be ported to WebExtension it was time to look for an alternative. And there's one!
Folks, time to check "Remove Anything" from RoadrunnerWMC. It's a WebExtension equivalent for NAE.I just updated the addon the past week and I was adding an extra long awaited feature this weekend!
You can now enter a nuke mode where you can remove as many elements as you want by clicking [x] on the keyboard
- by B J, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5I use this addon ALL the time, as a web developer and general web user. It is one of about 4-5 that I can't stand the thought of losing when FF57 becomes the standard. Is it even possible to rearchitect this with the new addon system? Is there any chance it'll get converted?
- by rosekitsune1, 3 years agoRated 3 out of 5I like this add-on when it was working. Because it was such a good add-on but not is a not working in Firefox Nightly 55 and... it is disabled because it is not comparable with e10s.
Please this add-on is disabled.. because it is not compatible with mulltiprocess. Please make this add-on compatible with mulltiprocess... so this add-on can be used. Thank you
- by GVP, 3 years agoRated 5 out of 5Appears to work in Pale Moon 27.3.0 in Linux. Blocks whatever you tell it to block, plays nice with uBlock Origin but without adding the permanent cosmetic filters that sometimes later cause problems with uBO.
- by Firefox user 12765683, 4 years agoRated 5 out of 5Great extension, something that would improve it though would be a keyboard shortcut to nuke things.
I'd love to be able to hold X or something and just click on things to nuke them. Would save lots of time over the context menu.
- by Firefox user 12692692, 4 years agoRated 3 out of 5Does what it needs to, works well, but does it really need 4 items in the context menu?
- Remove everything else
- Remove selection
- Remove this object
- Undo last remove
Can we have some options to thin it out? Or a sub-menu for it?
They're also not located together in one group, the first two are near the top and the last two are at the bottom
ALSO: Update for e10?
- by Kargaroc, 5 years agoRated 5 out of 5I've been wanting something like this for many years! If you don't like something in a page, you can simply remove it using the right click menu!
The only thing I don't like is that it doesn't remember anything, so refreshing will undo your changes.
- by greggor, 5 years agoRated 5 out of 5Since updating to FF40 nuke anything context menu (remove this object, remove everything else, undo last remove, remove selection) is visible all the time, even when no object has been removed. Is there any chance to fix this bug?
- by oakmont, 6 years agoRated 5 out of 5Great Fix! The fix listed in the comment by Shinanai for Flashblock Add on, which references this Add on, Nuke Anything Enhanced, works great for the enormous problem which developed around 01-10-2015 regarding Flashblock Add on no longer working properly on YouTube videos.
- by Firefox user 5786680, 6 years agoRated 5 out of 5This is a great add-on, and it's becoming more necessary as webpages are become more cluttered.
A suggestion for a new feature, please:
Remove the object that is clicked-on, when the Ctrl + Alt keys are also held down. (Or similar key combination.)
This would be quicker, and easier than repeatedly selecting from the context menu -- especially when removing multiple objects on a webpage.