- Rated 5 out of 5A great add-on, but I prefer the list for content blockers (see the official extension website).
- Rated 3 out of 5In the past (before the last W10 fall edition) it works very well. Now it didn't work anymore. :(
- Rated 5 out of 5Beginning testing in nightly (58a, early oct. 2017) after webext port. This was one of the things hat prevented me from updating FF. Thanks for an excellent update ! Good work !
- Rated 5 out of 5eramente utile per togliere quei fastidiosi avvisi a ogni pgina dei si in cui abitualemnte vado.
- Rated 5 out of 5Muy útil.
- Rated 5 out of 5Bez tego dodatku jak bez prawej ręki.
- Rated 5 out of 5Please update for Firefox beta Android and the new Firefox 57. Thank you!
- Rated 2 out of 5not reliable, ie: gocomics.com eu notify still pops up.I don't see the eu cookie warning unless I disable the extension on that domain, so, you have either whitelisted it or the extension doesn't work at all for you.
Btw when you see a cookie warning, you can report it to me. Right click on the page and choose "I dont care about cookies" > "Report a cookie warning" from the context menu. gocomics.com has never been reported to me.
- Rated 3 out of 5Does it really need to refresh all tabs after update? After new update I encounter new problems with the context menu. It shows a communicate like the extension can't work properly on this domain. Later it starting to work allowing to enable/disable the extension on this domain. But if go to other tab (with different domain) it shows only do enable/disable for the domain of the previous tab, not current one. It wasn't this way after first update to web extension cuz I needed to disable on all domains I frequently use. And could you add the whitelist to the extension settings already please?Whitelisting is still on the TO DO list, it will be added but it doesn't have a high priority. You are the only one who requested it :)
I cannot reproduce the tab/enable/disable problem, and I have really tested it through. The moment you switch to a different tab, the context menu updates.
About refreshing all tabs after update... you are totally right. This will be changed in the next version. Thanks for the hint!
- Rated 5 out of 5Finally i can surf without having to click on all those cookies warnings!
On my FF57 works very well. Thank You!
- Rated 5 out of 5The addon is excellent!
I just have one question:
Would you consider publishing the source code on a site like GitLab or GitHub?
I'm sure many of us would be happy to help with the development and it would make reporting and fixing bugs a lot easier.
Thank you for the good work, I'll be sure to throw a couple bucks your way once I get my PayPal to work.Zdravo sosed :)
I was thinking about that, but I am not sure how would it help anyone due to the way the addon is put together prior to publishing.
The most important parts of the addon are one big CSS file and a couple of compressed JSON files which I generate from thousands of small files (one file - one domain). This is done so the addon can be smaller and work faster.
If you have any additional thoughts about this subject, you can contact me by email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Rated 5 out of 5☆☆☆☆☆
Definitely donate a few dollars to the developer if you can, he has put in a lot of work so we can live more easily.
- Rated 4 out of 5Why does this module need so many permissions, such as browser activity during browsing? (honest question)I'll give you the list of permissions I request (I don't know how firefox named them when displaying the notification to you):
1. contextMenus: to create context menu options (report, toggle...)
2. tabs: to gain access to tabs and to be able to add additional code to webpages (to hide warnings)
3. storage: to maintain whitelist
4. http://*/*: special permission to have access to any domain
5. https://*/*. the same, but for https
6. notifications: to be able to nofity users about updates
8. webRequestBlocking: to block stuff from being loaded
9. webNavigation: to be able to apply filters when the page content is ready
I hope that helped.
- Rated 5 out of 5This extension is my number one favourite. Works great, and it is super easy to report a site with a cookie nag that hasn't been blocked.
So pleased to see this updated for Firefox 57. I would have missed it so much if it had been left behind.
- Rated 5 out of 5Works perfectly (Now with WebExtensions) <3
- Rated 5 out of 5Such a useful add-on to install. It's on all my devices.
- Rated 5 out of 55 stars because I don't think a problem once should compromise the whole rating. Since I don't see a clear response yet, I'm using 2.6.8 on Firefox 55.0.3. Something similar happened to gorhill/ublock with version 1.13.10, so maybe you can find something useful there.
Also I didn't manage to find a bug tracker for this extension, do you have one? I think it would be a more efficient way to report problems.
EDIT: Fixed in 2.7.0Hi Shiba,
the new version was just uploaded and is waiting for a review. If it doesn't work for you when it becomes available, please contact me by email (email@example.com).
p.s. I agree with the bug tracker idea, I'll think about it.
- Rated 5 out of 5Thank you for the update!
- Rated 3 out of 5Your add on is a marvelous relief for my nerves, but doesn't work well in some sites and breaks some pages that have forms; this, one, for example, in:
the "Mensaje" (Message) field disappears, but works well if I just disable I don't care about cookies. It doesn't happen in all the pages with forms, the majority don't experience any issue, but it does in many. The bug is present too in the version for Firefox Android.
- Rated 3 out of 5Stopped working after 2.6.8 update.
Reverted to 2.6.7, working again.
Have switched off automatic update as default, and will keep checking here for comments saying issue is fixed
- Rated 3 out of 5Stopped working after update to 2.6.8. After re-installing 2.6.7 all is fine again.
Replay @ Kiko: FF 48.0.2 on OS XThis addon has switched to new WebExtensions technology which is not compatible with older Firefox versions. You'll have to update Firefox eventually and 2.6.8 (and newer versions) will then work again.