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  • kxh (edited 1 month ago)
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    Take control of your browser. You don't have to put up with all the crap that people pour into their web pages.

    I used to use an extension called "nuke anything enhanced" that was awesome. It would remove anything you clicked on. Sometimes it was a little tedious when removing fixed things.

    I hate trying to read while mad animations gyrate and flash next to what I'm trying to read. Nuke was great for removing animations next to text I wanted to read.

    When firefox changed to quantum? many nice extensions went away. :-( Now I use an extension called "Remove/Crop-tp-selection" which does a similar thing, but it too is slow. This javascript fragment removes all fixed items so fast, in one click. You can always get them back by refreshing.

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