uBlock Origin 1.50.* announcement thread

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  • uBlock

    uBlock Origin - An efficient blocker for Chromium and Firefox. Fast and lean.

    https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock/releases/tag/1.50.0: Imrove xml-prune scriptlet Improve href-sanitizer scriptlet Add evaldata-prune scriptlet Add remove-node-text scriptlet Add replace-node-text scriptlet Add trusted-set-constant scriptlet Add trusted-source support for privileged scriptlets Support injecting scriptlet in MAIN or ISOLATED world Add spoof-css scriptlet Expand/harden some scriptlets Add ability to execute aeld scriptlet at a later time Add back AdGuard Tracking Protection Report injected scriptlets in troubleshooting information Add "scriptlet" filter expression to logger Add support for sublists in "Filter lists" pane Add thunderbird as target for installation (filtering in feeds) Offer opportunity to update filter lists before reporting issue Bug fixes

  • uBlock-issues

    This is the community-maintained issue tracker for uBlock Origin

    In some cases, installation may be blocked until browser restart. This is protection against accidental mid-session reloads, Issue #717.

  • Amplication

    Amplication: open-source Node.js backend code generator. An open-source platform that helps developers build backends without spending time on boilerplate & repetitive coding. Including production-ready GraphQL & REST APIs, DB schema, DTOs, filtering, pagination, RBAC, & more.

  • uAssets

    Resources for uBlock Origin, uMatrix: static filter lists, ready-to-use rulesets, etc.

    I don't think it's possible to see that in uBO since it gets parsed as a directive. The line is visible in the github source though, and to verify that your copy has it included, the original comment can be found by searching for resource-abuse.txt.

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