In the Releases section of uBlock Origin's repo, I state "uBO works best on Firefox". Here is an demonstration of this: the dark green/red bars are uBO before/after it gained ability to uncloak CNAMEs on Firefox. Link to article: blog.apnic.net/2020/08/04/ch…

4:46 PM Β· Nov 16, 2020

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Ugh, "an demonstration" => "a demonstration" -- I changed "illustration" to "demonstration" at the last second...
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Replying to @gorhill
it's almost at the point that uBO is Firefox's killer feature. I'm trying out Safari post the Big Sur upgrade (as I do after every macos upgrade), and while the browser's quick, you just can't get the blockers (using AdGuard for Safari). reckon I'll be back on Firefox soon.
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@apnicdg any chance you could re-test on a newer version of Brave (nightly). We are just days away from our CNAME work landing in stable.
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Wow, CNAME cloaking went from fringe to mainstream pretty quickly. Thank you (very much) for your work fighting this and other anti-privacy measures!
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does ublock block ads on twitch.tv? i use chrome it does not, ive also read posts on reddit stating firefox does not prevent it either please fix this :L)
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twitch ads with adlbocker on. they have even stated if users have it on they will get more ads (this sadly is true they detect adblocker now)
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Replying to @gorhill
do we need to do something to enable this feature? or it's by default?
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Enabled by default.
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