- by Intrepid, 12 days agoRated 2 out of 5No longer being updated. Bug reports go answered and are not fixed. Causes malfunctions with many websites such as Amazon search result sorting (e.g., Sort by: Price Low to High). No way to exclude websites like you can do with uBlock Origin. ClearURLs would be great if it had this one feature. Without this option, turning it on and off is an annoyance. Sadly, I'm leaving it off, and just using it's right click ability to clean / shorten URLs on an as needed basis. Bummer. Update: Someone responded to the Amazon bug and provided a workaround here:
- by kelendral, 20 days agoRated 2 out of 5Works OK, but breaks a number of sites and has no option to disable on a per site basis that I found.
As such it became a nuisance having to disable/enable at once or twice a day for important sites.
- by Imp, 2 months agoRated 2 out of 5Many elements I'd like to block a to clever to be blocked due to changing URLs. It would be neccessary to add a console with * and ? to add flexible-named URL-parts to be blocked
- by KnOwlEdge, 8 months agoRated 2 out of 5it breaks lot of websites or essential functions, like in amazon it breaks the filtered search (sort for price is not possible). It took me ages to find the culprit.
Considering that the dev made the astonishing choice of not giving the possibility to enable/disable on a website basis like ALL adblockers on the planet, so it is either completely on, or completely off, for ALL websites, then it's off and bye bye.
Also because, other astonishing choice of the dev, NO WHITELISTING!!!!!!!!!!!
I struggle understanding the good reviews, people who want the jiggles at the expenses of the most BASIC functions, ridiculous.
- by Firefox user 16228066, 9 months agoRated 2 out of 5Ohne Whitelist macht dieses Add-on keinen Sinn, ist äusserst mühsam immer von Hand bei gewissen URLs das Add-On zu deaktivieren. Entwickler verspricht schon seit Monaten die Implementierung, bis heute gibt es immer noch keine Whitelist.
- by Shamisen, a year agoRated 2 out of 5Overly reliant to the pre-built rules. Don't get me wrong, it's great to have well maintained rules. But on the other hand, there's currently no way to add your own rules or to create exclusion.
So if something is broken or the rules doesn't catch something then you're stuck with it. And before anyone made suggestion to report it via gitlab, the issues there are piling up already.