- Apr 24, 2016
Navigate wih explorer to your profile folder. When you have not renamed it and you are using Google's Chrome, it should be located:
I don't have that issue but I'm on Firefox 67. This could be due to recent add-ons disappearing bug. Did you try to reinstall uBlock?Hey Guys, just curious if anybody has had issues with uBlock not holding any settings when used with Firefox? Both Firefox and uBlock are at the latest versions and I have no other add-ons installed. Other than that Firefox works very well and fast. Any suggestions? Thanks
FWIW ~ I don't have that issue on Firefox 66.0.5 + uBlock Origin 1.18.16yes I reinstalled uBlock, restarted Firefox, reapplied my settings in uBlock and restarted Firefox again. Then checked my settings and like before, they were changed again. Could this be a profile issue?
I don't think there is any relation as there would be more similar complaints.
Unlike most adblockers out there, uBO has granular design. You just need to use advanced-medium mode to get the best out of it. Sure it takes some time to learn and get used to it. But I can assure you, it's worth the efforts.
Check if Ublock will block those video ads on default settings? Disable all Custom filters and dynamic blocking.I have Firefox and Google Chrome with Ublock Origin and HTTPS Everywhere extensions and both browser extensions have the same settings, but for some reason Ublock Origin on Chrome only block 24 or 23% when I'm on Crunchyroll and the videos show ads compare to Firefox Ublock Origin blocked 40 or 29% and no ads in the video on Crunchyroll.
I have tried clear browser cache, cookies, and everything and I also reinstalled Ublock Origin and no luck. I also tried reinstall Chrome and no luck. What is going on? I was shocked when I see ads displayed in the video on Crunchyroll in Chrome with Ublock Origin.
Video uploaded here: Test 1 - Streamable
There is not actual pause button in the video so you have to double click the video for pause.
Check if Ublock will block those video ads on default settings? Disable all Custom filters and dynamic blocking.
See Mozilla releases anti tracking policy, enhances tracking protection in Firefox 65 - Help Net Security
Alternatively, you could try to add 1 uBlock filter in Chrome to see whether the ads are blocked.
Enable Malvertising filter of disconnect (it nearly blocks the same as Firefox anti-tracking provideed by Disconnect).
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