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#101 2019-04-29 20:21:54

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

^ ah, kuketz-blog.de!
many many good articles there.
has helped me make my android phone safer, twice.
I also started posting on the forums there.

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#102 2019-04-30 16:58:21

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

Just got Pale Moon v28.5.0. I'm delighted with every upgrade of this browser.
I still don't use any addons, except hosts blocker.


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#103 2019-05-06 16:36:11

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

Using Firefox with uMatrix. Love uMatrix.

But doesn't work, disappeared from my browser!!! Alternatives? Pure hosts blocking?

I don't wanna "migrate" to Chrome webkit if possible...


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edit:  https://forums.bunsenlabs.org/viewtopic … 089#p86089


this solved our problem.
thx !

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#104 2019-05-06 21:30:28

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

Out of curiosity, has anyone here revisited Epiphany (or Gnome Web as it's known now) recently?

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#105 2019-05-07 04:43:19

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

^ is it compatible with firefox or chrom/e/ium addons? or does it have something like umatrix?

i'd love to use one of those lighter alternatives closer to the linux universe, but being unable to selectively dis/enable javascript & 3rd party requests is a must for me, and so far none of those have that feature.

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#106 2019-05-07 05:11:27

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

^^&^epiphany-browser in Debian. Webkit-based apparently. Curious to hear any user reports.


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#107 2019-05-07 13:52:05

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

ohnonot wrote:

^ is it compatible with firefox or chrom/e/ium addons? or does it have something like umatrix?

I've not used it. That's why I asked the question. Afaict, there's no support for Firefug or Croak add-ons. From what I've read, they seem to want to get a small set of web-extensions going, but I've no idea on the progress.


ohnonot wrote:

i'd love to use one of those lighter alternatives closer to the linux universe, but being unable to selectively dis/enable javascript & 3rd party requests is a must for me, and so far none of those have that feature.

According to the vegan scriptures and this muppet, you can get decent ad/miner/tracker-blocking, but as you've stated, a Javascript handler (or at least some robust element blocking] seems to be missing.

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#108 2019-05-07 15:12:17

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

@G-Slitha'  ma' Nitha', I just tried Web/epiphany. Rendered video playback choppy like it was buffering on both youtube and vimeo. Everything else was nice, except for the noted sparseness of features. adblocking worked fine.

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#109 2019-05-07 15:57:51

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

ublock origin is the best for firefox addons imo.


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#110 2019-05-09 23:25:13

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

I wouldn't be without One Tab now in Firefox (or Chrome). It's a real boon to those of us with lower specced computers;

"Whenever you find yourself with too many tabs, click the OneTab icon to convert all of your tabs into a list. When you need to access the tabs again, you can either restore them individually or all at once."

https://www.one-tab.com/

Also, if you have a page with a lot of images on it, and want to save them all but don't want to go to the trouble of clicking on them all individually and then saving them, there's a browser extension called Download All Images;

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-GB/firefo … extension/

There is another way of doing the same thing, an online application called Image Cyborg;

https://imagecyborg.com/

I'd also mention Tabliss, which displays an often pretty picture whenever you open a new tab.

Last edited by Colonel Panic (2019-05-10 06:11:40)

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#111 2019-05-10 06:02:27

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

^ Tabliss is really nice!
One rainy sunday I will grab the javascript from there and make my own local startpage to display random images from my image folders.
but for now, unsplash is nice enough:
scrot-2019-05-10_08:58:11.t.png

Last edited by ohnonot (2019-10-19 08:07:49)

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#112 2019-09-03 08:11:43

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

If (like me!) anyone has trouble wasting time on certain sites when they've got things to get on with, there's an interesting add-on called deprocrastination which I'm trying out now. It allows you to set a length of time for which you won't be able to access any of a list of sites which you nominate;

https://www.deprocrastination.co/home

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#113 2019-10-17 14:43:24

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Re: What browser addons do You use?

Ever since the death of Vimperator, I've been using Vimium on Firefox. Not completely satisfied, but content enough. There have been times I've missed Vimperator's extensibility, which led me to discover Tridactyl a couple of years ago. Was quite raw and buggy back then, but has supposedly come a long way. Anyone here tried it recently?

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