- by picurael, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5The only pop-up blocker that does block all of the pop-ups. I appreciate having many options such as redirect (go to the destination address in the current tab instead of having a pop-up), allow, deny, trust. The trust option either whitelists the domain you're on or the destination domain, depending on the setting in options.
I do wish, like others, there was a remember option, and even that the option I choose be remembered by default, per pop-up, or per website (ideally, that would be a choice I could make in the dialogue). It's still anoying having to click allow/deny every time for the same pop-up. At least there are a source whitelist, destination whitelist, and a notification blacklist.
- by Cyberknight, 4 months agoRated 1 out of 5Sounds like a good idea, but in practical use, it's not. For casual browsing, I guess it is probably useful, but for everything else, it just messes up. At work, I access documents on-line, which are opened as pop-ups (yes, it's stupid, but that's how it was designed and there is absolutely nothing I can do to change that and, because it's work, I have to deal with it, and for a good part of my day). White-listing my work's site didn't work, neither did the forceful open option (the pop-ups opened blank, because they were, actually, redirects from the add-on, so the site didn't trust them and, therefore, the access was denied). In the end, it caused more troubles than occasional pop-ups would.
- by molitar, 4 months agoRated 2 out of 5Disappointing as it will not remember to deny sites you already denied.. so I have to deny 2-3 times for a single site. Not well written it needs to remember sites for denying.