A Google Chrome plug-in for Adblock Plus was just pushed out for immediate download. Prior to this point, Adblock Plus was a beta-only plug-in for Chrome.
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Google Chrome users, Adblock Plus has just released its AdBlock Plus 1.3 for Google Chrome plugin to the public. The plug-in was in beta-phase for a few months but the functionality is now up-to par with the Firefox variety. At The Tech Journal we aren’t huge fans of the plug-in and suggest you stay away, however we’ll continue to discuss key features of the plug-in.

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One major update with Adblock 1.3 for Chrome the “acceptable ads” feature implanted. Ultimately, adblock realizes that some advertising isn’t considered annoying — including static ads that don’t affect the web-browsing experience. Those that are against all-sorts of advertisements can completely disable this function if desired.

Adblock 1.3 also comes equipped with a ‘first-run’ page to explain the basics of the plug-in. This will only run on new installations or updates to the plug-in. The remainder of the updates mainly relate to bug-fixes of the previous version:

  • Added support for element hiding exceptions.
  • Made use of new security features in new Google Chrome versions.
  • Worked around Chrome issue 49001 (some websites breaking due to our element hiding).
  • Fixed a data corruption bug that would sometimes corrupt the filters.
  • Removed sending of the Do-Not-Track header now that Chrome is capable of doing it itself.
Once again, websites earning their revenue from the provided advertisements and these types of plug-ins can affect a websites income. We best suggest you stay away from the plug-in.
Source: Adblock Blog

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