EndangeredPootis

Level 7
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Oups!
You are right @EndangeredPootis !
How can a single person gives - 34 ???
I believe if you create an account it provides a much higher score, if you dont have a account its simply +1 or -1, or it may be due to how old your account is.

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Moonhorse

Level 28
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Content Creator
How... how do you survive the internet with that small filter?
Medium mode & do cosmetic filtering yourself to sites you visit to, might take a bit of time but you can make backup every time you add some cosmetic filtering to keep your own list up to date

Probably under 20 domains i visit regularly, its easy to set- up but i just use as many block lists as you most of time, could challenge myself to lesser list probably
 

Marko :)

Level 16
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Medium mode & do cosmetic filtering yourself to sites you visit to, might take a bit of time but you can make backup every time you add some cosmetic filtering to keep your own list up to date

Probably under 20 domains i visit regularly, its easy to set- up but i just use as many block lists as you most of time, could challenge myself to lesser list probably
I tried using uBO in medium mode but it breaks a lot of websites. I know how to fix them and everything, but it's just too much work for me. Instead I'm using medium mode on just a few pages that are riddled with ads, trackers and pop-up. For all other websites, I'm relying on filters mentioned above.

To use uBO in medium mode, I'd need a list of CDN domains which I could whitelist so it doesn't break a lot of websites.
 

Nightwalker

Level 20
Verified
Trusted
Content Creator
How... how do you survive the internet with that small filter?

I'm only using these filters:

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IMO your list is pretty excessive and redundant, you dont need AdGuard Base + EasyList (choose one), no need to have "I dont care about cookies", Anti-Facebook, AdGuard Annoyances, AdGuard Social Media when you have Fanboy's Annoyance.
 

SeriousHoax

Level 29
Verified
Malware Tester
you dont need AdGuard Base + EasyList (choose one
Actually this is accurate more than 95% of the time but not always. uBlock Origin can't parse all the rules from Adguard filters including Adguard Base, Adguard Tracking Protection, AdGuard Annoyances, AdGuard Social Media. I've seen this combo missing ads, empty place holders quite a few times. Some rules only works with Adgaurd extension. I've seen the reverse thing also, Adguard extension failing to parse a rule from EasyList related filters but less frequent than the previous combo. Only using Adguard related filters on uBlock Origin is not the best idea. If using only one then I would suggest to use EasyList related filters on uBlock Origin instead of Adguard. It works much better this way. Using both doesn't cause any harm also but if using less filters is a priority then uBO with EasyList and Adguard with Adguard is the way to go.
 

Lenny_Fox

Level 12
@SeriousHoax I use 38 cosmetic filters for websites I visit a lot (mostly cookies prompts and first party teasers ads for premium/paid services).

When I am surfing the web, I am not seeing ads (at least that is what I think/experience). Using uBO companion I found another 140 domains on top of Kees1958 top 500 which appeared as third-party domains when surfing (when uBo companion administrates third-party calls it does not always mean that they are tracking you). I usually add scripts, subdomains, xmlhttprequest that is why uBo counts more rules.
 
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