Ad Blocker in Firefox109.0.1

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    Windopws 10
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       #11

    Thanks everyone for your help.

    I just went ahead and changed to AccuWeather, as suggested by Ghot.

    Jerry
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       #12

    napavalley said:
    Thanks everyone for your help.

    I just went ahead and changed to AccuWeather, as suggested by Ghot.

    Jerry


    Well, now weather.com added an "X" to the paywall window so it can be closed.
    In other words... you can use weather.com again. You just have to close the paywall window on every page of the website.
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       #13

    napavalley said:
    I have run into a few sites, weather.com for one, that thin k I have an ad blocker installed.

    I don't. I used to.
    Firefox blocks trackers by default, that can appear as an adblocker. I get that message sometimes too.
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       #14

    Well, they took the "X" away again. So there's no way to close the paywall.
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       #15

    Ghot said:
    Well, they took the "X" away again. So there's no way to close the paywall.
    What does it look like, because I have none, I do not block ads, only trackers.
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       #16

    TairikuOkami said:
    What does it look like, because I have none, I do not block ads, only trackers.

    Briefly there was an X in the RED box, where I could close it and view the page.
    I have no ad blockers, no extensions at all. Up above you can see what I have in FF settings, etc.


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       #17

    @napavalley


    The paywall on weather.com seems to be gone.
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