Adblock Plus and (a little) more

Adblock Plus for Google Chrome™ (Beta) 1.1.4 released · 2011-08-17 12:55 by Wladimir Palant

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  • Fixed a minor security issue (reported by Nicholas Carlini from UC Berkley, severity: low)
  • New extension icon (forum topic)
  • Added Latvian translation, updated Korean translation
  • Made icon appear sooner (forum topic)
  • Fixed “QUOTA_EXCEEDED_ERR” error if too many filters are used (forum topic)
  • Added more websites to the list of workarounds for WebKit bug 45586


Comment [4]

  1. RavenLorans · 2011-08-23 16:48 · #

    What Happened to the Option of Clicking on the ABP icon, and clicking on Blockable Item we can Add ourselves? IE. A red line box would appear over were our courser was and we could click on that red lined box item and it would dissapear. (NOT the “Open Blockable Items” Option).

    It was Located in the Options List I believe. BRING THIS FEATURE BACK!

    Or Am I Missing it somehow?

  2. RavenLorans · 2011-08-23 16:50 · #

    Previous Comment was for 1.3.9 as comments are closed for that. Also was for the Firefox version.

  3. tacomanboi · 2011-08-30 08:33 · #

    Sweet, thanks. Just curious, I noticed the API extension upgrade has been punted to milestone 16. That means that true adblocking won’t be available until then (or whenever it’s released and the ABP is updated)? Just trying to get an idea, should be amazing!

    Thanks again for your hard work, makes a lot of websites funded by ads bearable.


    Reply from Wladimir Palant:

    The API is already available but marked as experimental (meaning that I cannot upload an extension using it to the add-on gallery). I want to try it out when I get some time but I cannot promise anything.

  4. Coolio Wolfus · 2011-09-02 16:26 · #

    Adblock Plus for Google Chrome™ (Beta) – Version: 1.1.4

    Any chance of adding a YouTube style inline video adblock for ?

    Can’t figure out how to do this myself, I’ve tried blocking several options, even the “Easy Create Filter” can’t block these ads, hopefully they use a similar method to YouTube.

    Reply from Wladimir Palant:

    See, this isn’t possible at the moment.

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