A modern reader mode and article library for your browser.
It's possible for extensions to only get access when you activate it for a specific tab. If you want Unclutter to work this way you can manually set "Site access" to "On click" in the Chrome extension settings.
The reason I enabled "all sites" by default is to make the automatic activation feature work (which used to be more powerful). Possibly this can be done with an optional all-sites permission now, I'll look into it: https://github.com/lindylearn/unclutter/issues/527
Thanks for the feedback! Also, if you don't like something build the extension yourself or submit a PR ;)
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A standalone version of the readability lib
Playing the devil's advocate: Why is Firefox Reader mode not good enough?
And also please note that Mozilla has their algorithm in the open here: https://github.com/mozilla/readability
ULPT Request: Foolproof way to get past annoying paywalled articles.
1 project | reddit.com/r/UnethicalLifeProTips | 28 Jan 2023
Opinion | Women in South Korea Are on Strike Against Being ‘Baby-Making Machines’
1 project | reddit.com/r/Feminism | 28 Jan 2023
Wisconsin State Journal Editorial: Energy edict ignores Madison's failure to act
1 project | reddit.com/r/madisonwi | 26 Jan 2023
I made a free website that removes paywalls and login pages from news and blog articles.
1 project | reddit.com/r/InternetIsBeautiful | 26 Jan 2023
Everyone Wants Your Email Address. Think Twice Before Sharing It.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/privacy | 26 Jan 2023