I hope this makes sense and hopefully someone can help me out.
There are some annoying things on a website I visit frequently that I would like to block. They are Twitter or Facebook share buttons that get blocked when I have Ublock Origin on, but appear when I turn it off.
So I looked at which filterlist was blocking them (Fanboy’s Annoyance) and tried to copy and paste the rule into Brave:
and things like that. But they don’t end up getting blocked.
I didn’t, but I’ve tried it on other pages and it works. I just want to know if this is the same function as @justsomeone1 is talking about without using the help.eyeo.com article. Just seems easier (if it worked).
it does not work with all use case try to do it with the link he mentioned and you will see a funny behavior of the mouse to select it and it actually select the iframe element which those button part of it
Thanks for looking. For some reason it does all sorts of weird highlighting on the page. I think because those buttons are buried inside of something else. Hopefully they can do this for me. I’d like to use Brave alone without Ublock and that’s one of my most visited sites.
I think so too! See above for additional comments. lol
I just don’t have the heart at this time to learn any programming, scripts, commands, or whatever else you call this type thing. I see those special characters and strings of information and my brain shuts down and my head starts to hurt! Iol
I like that block element tool and find it easy to use. I just wish it worked in all cases! I actually like using the filters, so this isn’t a problem for me. I hope a solution or workaround can be found for you!