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    How to tell content blocker to open blocked url in opera

    Is there a method to inform content blocker in order to release a blocked URL rather than showing the message like this: "To undo the block, right-click on top of the page, choose "Block Content", plus click the "Details" key in order to alter the list of blocked content?" I don't wish for to "undo the block" everlastingly, except just on one occasion. Is it possible for me to do it just once instead of permanently?

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    Re: How to tell content blocker to open blocked url in opera

    Block with "content" you have a powerful way, unwanted elements of a web site or to suppress. Determine that you have been too aggressive in blocking and have blocked much of the content, take the same steps before time and re-enable the blocked content from you or make fine adjustments on the button "Details". You can delete the entire path from the list of blocked content on this page or simply specify the exact path to block too much.

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    Re: How to tell content blocker to open blocked url in opera

    Opera allows URL filtering natively since version 6.02, in 2002 so ... The addition of this feature a bit more complicated in earlier versions, is done by editing opera6.ini and creating another file called filter.ini, also please update since Opera it corrects several critical flaws. This operation affects files operating systems, it is recommended to first perform a backup of the files concerned to restore them in case of trouble. It is also recommended to perform these manipulations Opera closed as not to hinder its operation.

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    Re: How to tell content blocker to open blocked url in opera

    If you cannot browse a page or part of page will not load, have at once the reflex to think that this may be due to coincidence of the contents of an address accessed with a rules file _urlfilter.ini _. For avoidance of doubt, close Opera, temporarily rename the file URL filtering and restart Opera on the page causing the problem. On versions 9.5, it is possible to exclude a field of URL filtering via site preferences (right click the page> change the preferences for the site> tab "content"> uncheck "Enable content blocker"> OK), it is also possible to globally disable URL filtering via the option opera: config # Network | EnableContentBlocker

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    Re: How to tell content blocker to open blocked url in opera

    You can do it for just once by going through the Right click>Edit Site Preferences>Content>uncheck enable content blocking. As you can see the URL Filter API is very powerful and easy to use. All this is based on technology that existed in Opera for desktop computers for many years. With the release of Opera 11.10, you can create your own for this interface and add the browser new capabilities. Do not forget that the blocked content is not just hidden, but does not load. That is why the user does not have long to wait or pay for content that he does not want to see.

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    Re: How to tell content blocker to open blocked url in opera

    I meant to ask if you had any insight into this long standing bug Opera, Opera bugs Which like most people mention just continues on from version to version forevermore. When using ad blocking, certain sites will confuse operators into thinking the page is not fully loaded. The result is that Opera keeps its progress bar visible until you hit ESC or click stop, even though all elements have downloaded. It's quite a strange thing. The very same on FF filters are no problem. JavaScript may be involved, since disabling it is another way of bypassing the problem.

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