Discussion in 'Forum Related Discussions' started by Krusty, May 20, 2018.
What's this about?
Since when have I needed to worry about this site setting cookies??
because of Xenforo update
I just removed it using uBlock Origin.
Was about to post the same thing lol.
How do you remove it via uBO?
Launch the "Element Picker mode", select the green "cookie notice" at the bottom of the website and it will be gone.
mood explained it in previous post. You can also right click on notice and select uBlock Origin option Block element and save a rule.
That is what I did because I know nothing about the element picker. I had to do this three times to remove the entire banner however. In any event, seems gone now. Thanks!
Took 3 times for me too. So is this just a Chrome thing?
I noticed that the banner did not come up in FF.
I got banner in Firefox also. I had to create two rules to get rid of it:
Just the one line should work:
One other way to block this kind of pop ups with uBlock is to check filters under Annoyances.
I have Fanboy's checked and this banner never showed up, saves me time in many other sites too.
I have that enabled in Chrome and I still saw the banner.
I just remembered I have Wilders cookies allowed under Palemoon's permissions, must be it.
I only see the green banner when not logged in. I wonder why the change?
This works for me too. The only filter I needed to add.
Yes, the "cookie banner" will only be shown for not logged in users.
While visiting of the website (not logged in) at first one session cookie appears:
...in addition the green cookie banner will be displayed.
After clicking on "Accept", another session cookie appears (and the green banner is gone [at least for the current session]):
= In the case of a missing session cookie "xf_notice_dismiss" the banner will be displayed on the website (except for logged in users)
Thnx, will try it.
Same here, so there is no reason for me to block it.
Seems that new border took orders from my preference in blockers too.
Simple thing really.
Separate names with a comma.