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Blocked images from Slashdot

Chacham (981) writes | more than 11 years ago

Slashdot.org 2

Well, Adblock was having a problem installing, running, and rerunnning when I restarted mozilla under Debian. So, I gave up on it. I went back to blocking all images from slashdot. It is weird, but it's really easy to get used to. Not seeing the slashdot logo only takes a moment. The whitespace in between the tabs (e.g. "info", "journal", "messages", etc.) is kind of ugly. The only "problem" is seeing the friend and foe dots. Oh well, can't have it all

Well, Adblock was having a problem installing, running, and rerunnning when I restarted mozilla under Debian. So, I gave up on it. I went back to blocking all images from slashdot. It is weird, but it's really easy to get used to. Not seeing the slashdot logo only takes a moment. The whitespace in between the tabs (e.g. "info", "journal", "messages", etc.) is kind of ugly. The only "problem" is seeing the friend and foe dots. Oh well, can't have it all.

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Can't see the dots? (1)

huckda (398277) | more than 11 years ago | (#5082000)

Muahaha thus you can't tell if I'm a friend or foe!!!

I'm a friend friend...I'm Precccccccccious...!

Re:Can't see the dots? (1)

Chacham (981) | more than 11 years ago | (#5083219)

You're also a silly little boy.
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