- by Wilf, 8 months agoRated 1 out of 5Just didn't work, then again, not much seems to works with what's become the weed of the internet.
Maybe it's about time Firefox themselves started doing something positive about what has basically turned into a spam site.
- by andreasr, 9 months agoRated 1 out of 5Sadly it does not work. Either google or pinterest found a way around it, half of the frontpage results are pintrest. using regex on pi-hole now.
Good idea, though. Needs more work
- by Felthas, a year agoRated 1 out of 5This is currently not working for me. Uninstall/reinstall. I have tried everything for this. Last month it was working fine. I hope you get it fixed soon, I love this extension. Please get it up asap.
- by whitepawn, a year agoRated 1 out of 5I was REALLY looking forward to this. Except it doesn't work. Enabled, un-enabled, re-enabled. Reloaded Mozilla. Rinse/repeat. This add-on does nothing.
The only thing that works is -pinterest in the search bar and that only stops pinterest page results, it doesn't stop the top 50 images from being....pinterest which is what lead me here, to this add-on.
Pinterest wins, apparently.
- by Ian Z, a year agoRated 4 out of 5Works exactly as described! My only gripe is that, as someone else mentioned, it does break google maps (and several other of the seamless search features you don't even think about but will definitely miss). Although, you can toggle the extension off easy enough if you do find yourself having some kinda Google issue.
However, all it truly does is append "-site:pinterest.*" to the end of any search phrase you put through any Google field with reckless abandon -- which is why it breaks things like Google Maps and some of the richer features offered as a first result when googling for definitions, translations, or unit conversions.
I don't know that I'll keep it installed to be perfectly honest. I'm pretty sure this add-on could be replaced with a bookmarklet or by simply adding a second Google as a new custom search engine with the earlier string in quotes added into its search URL template.
Might be worth keeping to use for mobile though.
- by Jürgen, a year agoRated 1 out of 5Breaks Google Maps. Searching for an existing street, you get the right one suggested, you click on it, and Google says it can't find that street. Removing the addon get Google Maps back to work.