No script unusable now because font is too big to read whole

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sallysquish
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No script unusable now because font is too big to read whole

Post by sallysquish » Sat Nov 25, 2017 11:51 pm

Hullo,
I'm really having trouble with the new UI. I can't see the full name of the URLs I am blocking now so no idea what to do. Is there some way to set the size of the font smaller so I can see what the heck I'm doing?
Thanks
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Pansa
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Re: No script unusable now because font is too big to read w

Post by Pansa » Tue Nov 28, 2017 4:49 am

sallysquish wrote:Hullo,
I'm really having trouble with the new UI. I can't see the full name of the URLs I am blocking now so no idea what to do. Is there some way to set the size of the font smaller so I can see what the heck I'm doing?
Thanks
Are you still running 10.1.2 or 10.1.3c1 ?

If you are running the former: the ...page doesn't mean it doesn't show.
It means it creates root domain rules including subdomains. and the "lock" specifies whether it matches https only (green) or https AND http of said root.
for clarity check the debug log in the options. rules are either of the format §:informaction.com for https or just informaction.com for either.

10.1.3c1 has brought back finer grained full domain filtering.
allowing https://forums.informaction.com as filter. while blocking https://www.informaction.com (not that you'd want that, but you could)

You might want to visit the support forum for more extensive help.
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