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If you are using a DNS server that is filtered with some adblocking list, disable it, or use an unfiltered DNS from the list in brave://settings/security
If you disabled Shields, nothing should get detected, ‘Adblocker detection’ is not detecting extensions or anything or adblockers or anything, it is only detecting what adblockers do, like changing the css of an html element to display: none !important or blocking a script, so if it is off, there should be no detection at all.
There is a feature uBlock has and Brave adopted that can redirect scripts so they don’t get blocked and they cheat the pages thinking they are getting the file to avoid detection.
The problem is DNS servers with some ‘adblocking’ capability can interfere with $redirect or $redirect-rule so you should test that first.
Saying that, I didn’t see any ‘adblocking’ detection, and obviously you shouldn’t have seen it with the the adblocker set to off.
Also, you need to provide screenshots next time, to make it easier to know like devtools, console, Brave shields panel, the detection message, etc, to make it easier to see what it could be the issue.
You should also try disabling all extensions or testing in Private Window to see if you see the same problem, it could be an installed extension the problem as well.
Fanboy Annoyances already include all the other Cookie Social, Newsletter easylist/fanboy lists you enabled so you are adding duplicates you don’t have to.
Well, it works great for “investing.com”, but not on the actual page I was needing/wanting, “investing.com/commodities/real-time-futures”. I thought I could skip a line and paste the same thing again but this time adding the “/commodities/real-time-futures” part … but in looking at the code, guess it’s specific to the home page … that correct? Hate to bother @fanboynz again, but could I get what it takes for this other page? Thanks so much!!
P.S. - I see I didn’t post the full link in my original post (did in my second) … sorry about that!
Well, even though “investing.com” started working with the Shields still down, when I brought the Shields back up on this other page, it started working … guess that makes sense, I guess. Regardless, thanks so much for your time and the solution!