_____/ On Tue 06 Dec 2005 09:11:44 GMT, [Andy Skelton] wrote : \_____
On 12/6/05, Roy Schestowitz <wp-lowtraffic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have reverted back to the original CSS and disabled Flashblock
was not intended to affect images). I can confirm that the outcome is
-- only 2 icons show up.
Your CSS file is the probable cause. Remove the selector I mentioned
earlier and confirm that it was the cause...
Yes, I did that already. As I look back at the message, I understand that I
never stated that explicitly:
_____/ On Tue 06 Dec 2005 06:25:55 GMT, [Roy Schestowitz] wrote : \_____
shows up because its path is different than most
in the above, notice the word "advanced" which vaguely resembles
There are actually a number of selectors that match "advanced". By stick-
ing to the word "advanced", you leave yourself with 3 letters that precede
common advertisement graphics. Changing these in AdBlock as to prevent the
collision would significantly reduce its effectiveness, i.e. weaken the
...Then note the contributors
listed in the CSS file and contact them with the details of the
conflict so they can remove it.
Hopefully their distribution is automatic so we don't have to worry
about old versions kicking around.
_____/ On Tue 06 Dec 2005 09:25:44 GMT, [Andy Skelton] wrote : \_____
The original CSS is still available on mozilla.org and gozer.org has a
variant. Installation method appears to be manual. I haven't seen
Yes, it's a manual installation. This means no notifications of available
updates/downloads. Having said that, Firefox users are migrating to ver-
sion 1.5 these days. With this upgrade, you might hope that certain
plug-ins/settings will be dropped, yet users and developers prefer to
I am skeptic about AdBlock ever being dropped. I can confirm that on Lin-
ux, the profile directory stays in tact during updates and this includes
chrome. In other words, the CSS file, which is otherwise void or non-exis-
tent can only be changed if the user deliberately chooses to do so.