- Rated 4 out of 5by mik3, 4 years agonice, but needs whitelistning.
Does "CSS Exfil Protection" conflict with uBlock?
Developer responseposted 4 years agoIt doesn't conflict with uBlock as far as I can tell. A user recently opened a bug report about it potentially conflicting. I did testing and could not replicate. The issue could be caused by multiple extensions being combined together, but I'm unsure what that combination might be. If you have a test case that shows the issue let me know so I can investigate! FYI - I use both my extension and uBlock on some of my devices and have not had issue.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 14416076, 5 years agoIs there a way to disable this on certain domains? It breaks certain sites styling (4chan.org/g/).
Developer responseposted 5 years agoNot at the moment, but it's planned. I checked 4chan and styling works OK in Chrome, but not Firefox so there must be something specific in Firefox that's causing an issue. I'll look into why this may be happening.
Edit 11/19/2018: FYI - A new version of the plugin has been released today (1.0.10) that should fix the issue you were experiencing.
- Rated 4 out of 5by jawz101, 6 years agoHave you considered submitting something to the Firefox bug tracker to see if something can be resolved in the browser itself?
Developer responseposted 6 years agoI did not, but maybe I should. I've thought about reaching out to a project like Brave that includes privacy protections in the default configuration. Either way, I would want to review the Firefox source first and determine how such an implementation would be handled. There are advantages to including such protections within the browser itself; but, the negative is that it breaks compatibility with the CSS specification standard. The flaw isn't necessarily within the browser, but in CSS itself.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 13262486, 6 years agoThanks for this. But when I disable JS on a website having this addon makes the website send 2 requests for each css request - one as CSS and tries to send one as a XHR request (even though JS is disabled for the website). Why is this?
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 12793954, 6 years agoHello, could you make it enable/disable on icon click instead of opening the popup?
Developer responseposted 6 years agoThanks for the suggestion! I plan to add a few new features into the popup area so for the time being I need to keep the icon click for opening the popup. If you need to disable the plugin because it's not working on a site, please let me know what site is causing problems and I'll get a fix out asap!