I've been thinking about making an extension recently to do something similar, but for post types on places that don't let you configure them in your feed. Something that observes infinite-scroll mutations, checks the text content against a list of patterns and if there's a match, removes or updates the appropriate parent node.
I know that some extensions these days will work in multiple browsers (Firefox and Chrome being the main variations). Does yours do the same and if so was there anything special you had to do to get it to work?
Wow! It sounds good Ben! I urge you to start working on it 🤩.
My extension is compatible with Chromium based browsers (like Chrome, Edge and Opera for example) but not with Mozilla Firefox 😢.
Perhaps, in the near future, I'm going to add support for Firefox too. It should be easy... 🤔.
Have a nice day! 😀
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