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- di Whatatay, 2 mesi faValutata 1 su 5Reply to developers last edit: Call it advertising, I call it advise to others. Let the people decide. Make a overlay blocker and there won't be a problem.
Update: Don't waste your time with pop up blockers. Most browsers already include them and web sites have gone to overlays to defeat them. Unfortunately web sites didn't learn their lesson from pop up blockers so are making overlays just as annoying and intrusive. However, I did find an overlay blocker called PopUpOff which works very well. Has three different modes. Do a search for it.
Failed to block 2 pop ups on the very first website I went to after installing this and setting it to block all. Then I went to a second website and it failed to block a pop up I got there. The developer has a lot of guts asking for donations for a fake app that doesn't work. Reported it as a non-working app.
Reply to Developer: LVRJ.com and Slickdeals.net. The first one has two pop ups when you first go to the page and another as you browse new stories. The second one has a big pop up that covers almost the entire screen when you go to that site. If I was a competitor with a better app I would be using it and not bother to come here to try this one.
Reply to developer: As suspected your add on is a half assed gesture. It is worthless for the majority of websites. Since you insist I am a competitor I must leave my review up. People can read my review and your reply and decide for themselves.
- di GhostLili, 2 mesi faValutata 5 su 5This is an absolutely essential add-on for Firefox and honestly I'm surprised it's still not on Mozilla's official Recommended Extensions list yet.
Even with everything on Firefox set to strict I still had a bunch of unwated/intrusive/security-risk popups showing up on various sites, but since getting this add-on I even forgot those exist on the web. It's impressive to say the least. Thanks to whoever made this !
- di AWFordJr, 4 mesi faValutata 5 su 5A very useful & need to have add-on when using your Firefox browser. I actually use two different ones to cut down on unwanted spam & ads which work great together & can both be found on my home page as I promote the ones I like.
- di Sam, 6 mesi faValutata 4 su 5I had no pop-ups sneak by this extension in the wild. When testing it against a controlled environment from a website, it failed only on the drop-down popup. The extension is strange in that is needs Firefox's default pop-up blocker activated but does seem to fortify or add additional rules on top of Firefox's pop-up blocker. Deactivating the browser pop-up setting basically disabled the extension as well. There is no seamless way to add individually to the white or blacklist, only whole domains. Clicking on the yellow notification strip to add to whitelist sends it straight to Firefox whitelist settings. You have to copy & paste into the whitelist or blacklist for individual pop-ups. If you simply want to block pop-ups, it does a good job but needs little polish for features.
- di WernerFP, 7 mesi faValutata 1 su 5This Popup Blocker generates pop-ups with payment/donation requests. Totally unacceptable!
Maybe without "Happy New Year!" popups with intrusive payment requests? Maybe with a discreet update information instead of aggressive product advertising?
Are you really surprised that users of your popup blocker are annoyed by such popups?
(Other people might be happy when they receive New Year greetings with payment requests from their software components ... I don't want that.)