My AdBlock filter is EasyList, so I've just registered for their forums
and I'm going to report the false positive to them. Perhaps that will
resolve it. Meanwhile, can everyone who sees the same problem check what
filter list their AdBlock is using, and report back? It's likely
multiple filters have the same effect.
On 12-01-11 09:18 AM, Gabriel Bodard wrote:
> Presumably #msad is a common id for advertisements (perhaps on the
> Microsoft website?). There may be a FAQ somewhere that we can check for
> common ids to avoid.
> Perhaps the solution is to put in a FR with ABP to see if this code can
> be made more subtle. Alternatively, could TEI (which doesn't serve ads)
> be made a trusted site in ABP? Failing all of that, we should maybe put
> up a FAQ explaining how to set an exception for tei-c.org in ABP
> locally. (Even make this link pop-up with a js test for ABP at this
> point in the GLs?)
> On 2012-01-11 17:12, Sebastian Rahtz wrote:
>> good gracious. is AdBlock really that simplistic???
>> Very slightly wary of changing that "msad", as it forms part of a coherent pattern of naming
>> IDs in TEI source.
>> Stormageddon Rahtz
>> Head of Information and Support Group
>> Oxford University Computing Services
>> 13 Banbury Road, Oxford OX2 6NN. Phone +44 1865 283431
>> Sólo le pido a Dios
>> que el futuro no me sea indiferente
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