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Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] Your Adblock filters will break play.spotify.com webs
Re: [Bug-gnuzilla] Your Adblock filters will break play.spotify.com website
Thu, 10 Dec 2015 17:20:29 -0800
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Requests like this one can be seen as a problem with bundling a
general-purpose ad-blocker with icecat: users will now be asking
gnuzilla to fix whatever is broken in there, since upstream fixes may or
may not trickle down to them.
In this particular case, however, I have to wonder at the reasoning
behind insisting on using icecat while browsing spotify. Isn't that a
website work in icecat you demolish whatever advantage you gained over
using the stock firefox. What you are doing is akin to installing
Trisquel, and then replacing the kernel with a blobby one (because your
hardware needs blobs), and finally installing a steam client with a
bunch of non-free games. I don't recommend it, but would it not be
easier to just use something like Ubuntu or whoever is already in bed
with that sleaze?
On 12/10/2015 04:01 PM, Max Hype wrote:
> When using the filters above it will break play.spotify.com
> <http://play.spotify.com> website, can you please fix it?
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