Blacken Version History
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This is the first Web Extensions version. You must have first upgraded to 2.2.33 in order to preserve your settings.
Most things still work as well as before. However control over the grayness of placeholder text has been lost. You can still change it manually.
Bug fix for migration to web extensions.
This fixes a bug with the migration to web extensions.
This version saves your configuration so that it can be migrated to the web extension version.
This adds a menu button to open the black/white lists directly to avoid going through the add-on preferences page.
This has some small bug fixes.
It also is compatible for multiprocess.
This version fixes a bug where it attempted to blacken PDF files in the internal reader.
This version adds support for reader mode.
1. In white lists, handle URLs like http://localhost:3000/
2. Cope with other add-ons such as Ghostery changing the page
The labels on the blacklist page have been reworded for clarity.
This version adds a blacklist/whitelist system to control which sites are handled.
There are also bug fixes.
This version fixes a performance problem with certain web sites and FF 35.
The toolbar button has been updated to suit FF 35.
This fixes a problem with some EBay dialogs. Expandable fields didn't work when clicked on.
This has been updated for compatibility with version 32 of Firefox.
Bug fix for handling certain background images (data:image/svg+xml URLs)
This contains various bug fixes to do with recognising backgrounds.
This release has been rewritten for the latest versions of Firefox. It appears in the Add-on toolbar and the right-button menu but this is configurable.
* Better analysis of backgrounds for more accurate blackening
* It handles live comments such as provided by Disqus
* Spindly text can be fixed
* Faded colors will be touched up.
Greater care is now taken with pages that have background images behind the text. There is an extra option for disabling the automatic blackening for these pages so you can do it manually.
Bug fix: Cope with the case that the toolbar button is not installed on the toolbar.
This has been tested in Firefox 3.6