Ad blocker detected: Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker on our website.
Here you can discuss radio related computer software and computer control of radio equipment.
- Radio Addict
- Posts: 515
- Joined: 15 Jan 2008, 16:13
- Location: Downpatrick,N.Ireland
I use Windows 10 with Google Chrome,and all I have to do is click the green Adblock icon and click 'Enable/disable Adblock on this page'.I can do this on any site that I'm on.
1 X PRO 2006 1 X DX-394 1 X GRE PSR 282 1 X UBC780XLT with ProScan 1 X Pro43 2 X Uniden UBC9000XLT Tristar777 LCL 2740.
- Radio Addict
- Posts: 983
- Joined: 10 Jun 2016, 12:35
- Call Sign: 26AT239
- Location: Democratic Republic of Dartmoor
So, if Adblock Plus is going to start displaying adverts they deem 'acceptable' who are they to decide on behalf of the 'surfer' as to which ads are 'acceptable or not? The name Adblocker then means nothing and becomes unfit for purpose. I don't want ANY adverts popping up or taking up room on my screen or being shown under the premise 'based on your past interests', just because I may have looked up something or purchased something that does not mean that I am interested in anything else that site or retailer has to offer, that's when they become even more intrusive. Email servers give you the option to block advertising and annoying email communications so why don't sites have an option button to either show ads or not. It's much the same as the junk mail you get in the post, mostly uninteresting rubbish that the only action that you would take on it is to burn it.
- Top Poster
- Posts: 1518
- Joined: 03 May 2014, 20:09
- Call Sign: RDX64
- Location: Lancashire
I use ADP and I'm not turning it off. I can still read messages on here, if the time comes that I cannot due to having an ad blocker installed then we part company. I never click on the ads.
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guests