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  1. Network Tools
  2. NT-99

Make overlay useful and configurable.

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    • Type: Task
    • Status: Done (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Medium
    • Resolution: Done
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: NetTools 3.0.0
    • Component/s: None
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    • Sprint:
      NETWORK-TOOLS 3.0.0

      Description

      This is not yet another adblocker. It's a yet another "getting-rid-of-bullshit-for-real-extension".

      This is a project, basically written for personal use. Not your personal use. My personal use. However, as I need this extension to work on "all instances" (or actually, if I switch computer, I want this to follow me wherever I go). Unfortunately, mobile phones is not included in "all instances". At least chrome is in that kind of environment isolated from everything called "extensions".

      For example: If many people warns me about a website, link, game, shitstorm, or whatever that comes in your mind - that also is built on satire, fake news or bullshit, I want to be able to flag that page or link as "not recommended" (or "this is only racist crap"). After that, my superior extension should be able to remember this and remove the content from my eyes of sight and computer screen.

      Since the precense of those "bullshit elements" is escalating, and has been the past years from 2019, I decided to build this plugin, mainly for Chrome, and push it out to chrome webstore instead of make it private. The major reason for this is the "chrome switching". Making it a private extension means you have to download it to each browser that should use it.

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            Tornevall Tomas Tornevall
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