So, I have modified the 'seamonkey_addon_adblock' PET package so that it now defaults to "off".
It is easy to turn on. Down at the bottom-right of screen, right-click on the "Disabled" text and there will be a menu for Adblock.
Comments:Posted on 5 Aug 2009, 8:30 by Killerhippy
adblock plus and noscript
Hi, I am running puppy 4.2.1 with default seamonkey v1.1.15 and have the addons
- adblock plus v1.0.2
- noscript 126.96.36.199
My advice is to use them both. If you are keen on enabling scripts, it's easy to do it temporarily or permanently. The same goes for ads.
I can surf the internet _reading_ sites. :-)
Posted on 5 Aug 2009, 8:55 by lwill
Just wondered if any one else found it odd that a while back there was some discussion about the adds on the Puppy forum, and the fact that Seamonkey (w/adblock) in Puppy blocked them any way by default.
I found it a bit funny.