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Gandalf_The_Grey

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Adblock Plus 3.22 for Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Opera
This release resumes support for Firefox, adds support for blocking ads in more languages and introduces differential filter list updates, which are crucial to continue delivering frequent updates to filter lists under Manifest v3. Additionally, it includes further support for users who encounter YouTube’s anti-adblock wall.

User interface changes​

  • Added filter list recommendations for Japanese, Kazakh, Turkish and Uzbek (ui#1462, ui#1497).
  • Show a dialog to help users who encounter YouTube’s anti-ad blocker wall (ui#1513).

Filter changes​

Upgraded EWE to 1.1.1 (release notes: 0.11.0, 0.12.0, 0.13.0, 0.13.1, 0.13.2, 1.0.0, 1.1.0, 1.1.1), which includes the following changes:
  • Added support for partial filter list updates in preparation for Manifest v3.
  • Fixed: CSP filters were ignored, if no domain was included in the filter’s URL pattern (ui#1138).
  • Fixed: Element hiding filter hits broke when an invalid CSS selector was used (ui#1471).

Snippet changes​

Upgraded EWE to 1.1.1, which includes the following changes:
  • Removed domain requirement from hide-if-classifies snippet.

Firefox-specific changes​

  • Added the option to opt-out of data collection for the in-product messaging feature that was introduced in Adblock Plus 3.18 (ui#1416).
 

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Adblock Plus 3.23 for Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Opera
Note: Due to third-party store review policies, it may take a while until the update is made available to everyone.

This release contains new filtering capabilities and it fixes various problems for users across some languages and websites.

User interface changes​

  • Fixed: Extension failed to initialize for browser languages without a recommended filter list (ui#1410).

Filter changes​

Upgraded EWE to 1.2.2 (release notes: 1.2.0, 1.2.1, 1.2.2), which includes the following changes:
  • Added domain wildcard syntax for element hiding emulation filters.
  • Fixed: Incorrect handling of first-party requests in third-party frames (ui#1578).
 

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Adblock Plus 3.24 for Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Opera
Note: This release was initially also intended for Firefox but was rejected by Mozilla’s extension review. Therefore we’re unable to bring this version to Firefox users yet, but we are working on addressing their concerns to bring future updates to Firefox users again soon.

This release includes various improvements to the out-of-the-box ad-filtering experience and it enhances the Premium cookie wall blocking feature.

User interface changes​

  • Extended in-product messaging to allow for more targeted messages (ui#1424, ui#1577, ui#1597).
  • Made Premium cookie wall blocking feature more capable and versatile (ui#1464, ui#1591).
  • Added global filter list recommendation for various languages for which there is no language-specific filter list recommendation yet (ui#1495).
  • Added filter list recommendations for Hungarian (ui#1554).

Filter changes​

Upgraded EWE to 1.2.3 (release notes), which includes the following changes:
  • Fixed: $document filter option was ineffective for frames (ui#1586).
 

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Adblock Plus 3.25 for Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Opera
This release includes various bug fixes ahead of the upcoming transition to Manifest v3, as well as additional functionality for existing snippets. It also resumes support for Firefox, bringing the changes from Adblock Plus 3.24 to Firefox users.

User interface changes​

  • Extended in-product messaging to allow usage of adblockplus.org subdomains (abp#1485).
  • Fixed: Developer tools panel displayed content filters as type OTHER (abp#1626).

Filter changes​

Upgraded @eyeo/webext-ad-filtering-solution to 1.2.4 (release notes), which includes the following changes:
  • Various fixes for upcoming transition to Manifest v3.

Snippets changes​

Upgraded to @eyeo/snippets 1.2.1 (release notes: 1.1.0, 1.2.0, 1.2.1), which includes the following changes:
  • Added support for ^^sh^^ and ^^svg^^ CSS selectors to various snippets.
  • Added telemetry for machine learning snippets.

Firefox-specific changes​

  • Disabled data collection for all Firefox users while we’re working on an opt-out experience that complies with Mozilla’s requirements (abp#1621).
 
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LennyFox

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@Gandalf_The_Grey thanks for posting. AdbloickPlus seems to work hard on Mv3 migration. They are one of the first to implement the new (more genereous) dynamic rule limits (y)

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I tested by using old Kees1958 Mv2 as advanced extra filter and it worked (y)
 

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Adblock Plus 3.25.1 for Chrome, Firefox, Microsoft Edge and Opera
Note: Due to third-party store review policies, it may take a while until the update is made available to everyone.

This release contains various bug fixes, including ones related to the upcoming transition to Manifest v3.

User interface changes​

  • Made various improvements in preparation for the upcoming transition to Manifest v3 (abp#1553, abp#1628, abp#1632).
  • Fixed: Premium access got lost when the extension was unable to reach our servers to verify that the Premium license is still active (abp#1575).
 

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