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Switching on/off of FILTER.INI in SitePrefsI think, that this wish was mentioned earlier already. But it would be a real advantage, if I could switch off the filter.ini for some sites. So it could exist a checkbox in Site Preferences to switch on/off filter.ini for the actual site. (For example in Content tab).
For usefulness I could present this site
(The page have nice (but solid) pictures ) The problematical filter.ini item is *banner*
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Supported, even more sophistic methods thinkable...
Does that site contain mature content? if so you could advice us first...
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Originally posted by mitchman2:
We hope to have site specific support for the content blocker in kestrel.
Just a thought regarding future developement.
We have now urlfilter.ini and user.js.
These two enhancements could be merged together resulting in a very powerful tool, let's call it content management(in order to avoid the ugly 'content blocker' expression).
Though it wouldn't be quite a revolutionary invention since such tools already exists for a long time (Proxomitron, Privoxy), once implemented with the according functionality it could offer to the average user a new browsing experience...
How about such an implementation in a future Opera codebase let's call it conquistador, let's say around the year ~2015
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