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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby Decentraleyes » Sun Feb 05, 2017 12:13 pm

LimboSlam wrote:Question: is it safe to keep on using Dedentraleyes v1.3.5 until Pale Moon v27.1 is officially released? I'm currently using v26.5.0 and v27.0.3 of Pale Moon until I'm able to update to Dedentraleye v1.3.7.


That's a very good question. Decentraleyes v1.3.5-palemoon is indeed less secure than v1.3.6-palemoon and v1.3.7-palemoon. As dark_moon has kindly pointed out, you might be able to find a release of v1.3.7, by JustOff, that does install on Pale Moon 27.*. However, since you (and perhaps others) also use legacy versions of Pale Moon (e.g. v26.5.0), I have decided to backport the security fix in question to v1.3.5-palemoon. To get it, download and install v1.3.5-palemoon-1-unsigned from the GitHub release page. Thanks to Lootyhoof, I can now push updates directly to APMO, and will do so as soon as I get some initial feedback on the release. I hope this helps!

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby helloimustbegoing » Sun Feb 05, 2017 2:06 pm

Thank you for your continued support of Pale Moon. :thumbup:

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby LimboSlam » Sun Feb 05, 2017 9:16 pm

Sweet! Thanks Decentraleyes. And thank you dark_moon for that information, but I rather wait for official release of Pale Moon v27.1 to be release before I install v1.3.7 of Decentraleyes. Until then, I'll be testing it out on the unstable version of Pale Moon. This way its consumer ready by the time Pale Moon v27.1 is released (I hope it's coming soon, I'm missing out on a lot of cool forked or supported add-ons directly on AMPO!), unless you think it's pretty stable already? As well as the "unstable" or beta versions of Pale Moon.
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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby dark_moon » Sun Feb 05, 2017 10:08 pm

LimboSlam wrote:Sweet! Thanks Decentraleyes. And thank you dark_moon for that information, but I rather wait for official release of Pale Moon v27.1 to be release before I install v1.3.7 of Decentraleyes. Until then, I'll be testing it out on the unstable version of Pale Moon. This way its consumer ready by the time Pale Moon v27.1 is released (I hope it's coming soon, I'm missing out on a lot of cool forked or supported add-ons directly on AMPO!), unless you think it's pretty stable already? As well as the "unstable" or beta versions of Pale Moon.

Stable, yes.
But read the warning about beta & test versions before use it.
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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby rhinoduck » Sun Feb 12, 2017 7:20 am

Having both Adblock Latitude 4.0.0 and Decentraleyes 1.3.7-palemoon add-ons enabled in Pale Moon 27.1.0 causes the browser to freeze for me when visiting Stack Exchange sites. I am posting here first because it started happening when Decentraleyes made its return; I don't actually know what causes this atm. Is it happening for anyone else?

Example link: http://scifi.stackexchange.com/question ... ng-of-life

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby dark_moon » Sun Feb 12, 2017 11:35 am

Welcome to the forum, rhinoduck.

Your site load fine for me, without any laggs.
I use uBlock Origin instead of ABL but Decentraleyes 1.3.7 too.
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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby trava90 » Sun Feb 12, 2017 3:36 pm

I too have seen the browser freeze on my wife's Mint box with Decentraleyes installed (however it doesn't happen on my Manjaro box).

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby helloimustbegoing » Sun Feb 12, 2017 5:21 pm

I also seem to remember having an issue like this. Something isn't meshing right between ABL and Decentraleyes.

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby kizo07 » Sun Feb 12, 2017 5:48 pm

dark_moon wrote:Your site load fine for me, without any laggs.
I use uBlock Origin instead of ABL but Decentraleyes 1.3.7 too

same here + uMatrix + rules https://github.com/Synzvato/decentraley ... -Questions

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby Decentraleyes » Sat Feb 25, 2017 9:39 am

I might have some good news for rhinoduck, trava90, helloimustbegoing, kizo07 and everyone else who's experiencing incompatibility issues between Adblock Lattitude and Decentraleyes. According to afdsgsg on GitHub, the issue can be fixed by replacing the EasyList filter list with Peter Lowe's List. If this works, please let me know!

Source: A GitHub comment posted by user afdsgsg

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby helloimustbegoing » Sat Feb 25, 2017 2:56 pm

I seem to remember this fix. Does anybody know what it is about EasyList that is causing the problem?

But what's strange is that you can use EasyList in uBlock Origin with no problem, so that's weird that it appears to be a problem between three things, ABL w/ EasyList, & Decentraleyes.

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby Decentraleyes » Sat Feb 25, 2017 3:17 pm

helloimustbegoing wrote:I seem to remember this fix. Does anybody know what it is about EasyList that is causing the problem?

But what's strange is that you can use EasyList in uBlock Origin with no problem, so that's weird that it appears to be a problem between three things, ABL w/ EasyList, & Decentraleyes.


That's pretty strange indeed. I'll soon run some filter list comparisons, to try and find out where things go wrong with Adblock Latitude and EasyList.

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby rhinoduck » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:10 pm

It's this rule which causes it:

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@@/^((?!.*\.(amazonaws|cloudfront|mobicow|puhtml)\W?).)*$/$script,domain=uploadocean.com

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby Decentraleyes » Mon Mar 20, 2017 8:53 pm

rhinoduck wrote:It's this rule which causes it:

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@@/^((?!.*\.(amazonaws|cloudfront|mobicow|puhtml)\W?).)*$/$script,domain=uploadocean.com


Awesome! Thanks for finding the culprit. And thanks for responding to this related GitHub issue. Much appreciated!

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby Decentraleyes » Tue Mar 21, 2017 1:24 am

To anyone who is currently experiencing issues with Adblock Latitude and Decentraleyes: Please replace EasyList with this modified subscription list, and let me know if doing so resolves the problem. The new list is almost identical to EasyList. The modifications are based on rhinoduck's findings. Thanks again! It will be receiving daily updates to reflect rule-changes on EasyList's end. I hope this helps! Here's the full link to the subscription list:

https://decentraleyes.org/6bf7ce90b/easylist.txt

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby gracious1 » Tue Mar 21, 2017 4:09 am

Decentraleyes wrote:To anyone who is currently experiencing issues with Adblock Latitude and Decentraleyes: Please replace EasyList with this modified subscription list, and let me know if doing so resolves the problem. (...)
https://decentraleyes.org/6bf7ce90b/easylist.txt


If the problem is EasyList, then why doesn't the site break with uBlock Origin? Don't they use the same EasyList? :?:
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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby Decentraleyes » Tue Mar 21, 2017 9:07 pm

gracious1 wrote:If the problem is EasyList, then why doesn't the site break with uBlock Origin? Don't they use the same EasyList? :?:

The problem is not EasyList, but the combination of Adblock Latitude (with EasyList), and Decentraleyes. I do not yet know why these problems occur, and if these fixes will work for everyone.

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby miroR » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:24 am

Decentraleyes wrote:...
download and install v1.3.5-palemoon-1-unsigned from the GitHub release page
...

I'm running (on Gentoo Linux):

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Version: 27.3.0a1 (64-bit) (2017-03-21)

installed this way:
https://github.com/deuiore/palemoon-overlay/pull/34
(maybe minor modification in that the ebuild is now named:
www-client/palemoon/palemoon-27.3.0-r1.ebuild
but is very similar otherwise to the ebuild of which the diff I posted:
www-client/palemoon/palemoon-27.2.0-r2.ebuild
https://github.com/deuiore/palemoon-ove ... c7b9f99fd2
Namely this:

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+#GIT_TAG="${PV}a1"

gets the tip of the master branch.

And I just tried downloading from:
https://github.com/Synzvato/decentraley ... tag/v1.3.5
and I have:

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846f86ae186d863853283399519be956d20203e9d1802d389727fe8369832ba9  Decentraleyes.v1.3.5-palemoon-1-unsigned.xpi

, but I couldn't install decentraleyes.
Decentraleyes could not be installed because it is Jetpack/SDK extension which are not supported in Pale Moon 27.3.0a1

Any quick tip how to get decentraleyes in Pale Moon in Gentoo?

Wait, there's more... (in the next post)...
Regards!

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby miroR » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:26 am

Downloaded:
https://github.com/Synzvato/decentraley ... tag/v1.3.7
It installs successfully...
For now, the:
https://decentraleyes.org/test/
says:
Determining status...

The test resource could not be fetched locally or remotely.

Decentraleyes is not working as intended.

and if I don't post again telling contrary, it will have been the same after I closed all windows, shut down Pale Moon, and restarted :(

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Re: Decentraleyes

Postby Moonraker » Wed Mar 22, 2017 8:46 am

working just fine for me..testing facility reports that decentraleyes is working correctly.
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