- Rated 3 out of 5by Minneyar, 4 months agoI really like the concept of this add-on, and when it works it's great, but it breaks so many web sites. Common things like clicking on links in Tweetdeck or logging in to PayPal simply don't work unless you open up the add-on's settings and start manually whitelisting sites, and the add-on's interface is unintuitive enough to me that I feel like I'm solving a puzzle every time I use it.
- Rated 3 out of 5by peekaa, 4 years agoCould it work even with facebook events, to remove all the stuff after the events/xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx? Thank you.
- Rated 3 out of 5by jupiter2, 4 years agoUpdate: Thanks for the response. Really like the fact that the project is active. Will remove an alternate cleaner I started to use (it just does google cleanups) and will reinstall this. Will fully test for a couple of days and provide better feedback, if any (on github).
Cleaned links on google w/o issue.
Massive failure on RSS reader (The Old Reader): "414 Request-URI Too Large". When I copied the resulting url, it was the original URL repeating itself, ad-infinitum. It happened when accessing theregister.co.uk/2019/01/26/apples_swift_patents/ but worked fine on other links.
This review based on extension version 3.2.1 (Oct 18, 2018).Hi and thanks for using Clean Links! When encountering a bug, you can report it on https://github.com/Cimbali/CleanLinks/issues with the original link that loads incorrectly, so that I can find out what went wrong and fix it.
The bug causing "Request URI Too Large" has been fixed in version 3.2.4
- Rated 3 out of 5by Nigirimeshi, 5 years agoI needed to add 'mail.google.com' into 'Skip Domais' in order to connect with the Gmail.
I wasted time.Hi and thanks for using Clean Links! As it stands there is a bit of a learning curve with Clean Links where everyone builds up their whitelist. I'm looking to get a centralized set of rules while still allowing customization, which isn't easy -- but I'm working on it.