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    Default Extensions Now RUN in Incognito Mode

    Not that I use Incognito mode, but one of the frustrations for people that do, must be the fact that Extensions didn't work ...

    The sites that are the worst for Ads (so I'm told - lol) are those sites that you want to visit in Incognito ...

    So guess what, your wonderful AdBlocking extension doesn't work (you could always have used Proxomitron) ...

    Well now you're going to be a happy bunny (well it is almost Easter !!), the latest Dev build has the option to enable extensions in Incognito mode ...

    On the Extensions page you now have a 'check' box to enable an extension in Incognito mode so you can have your adblock getting shot of all the rubbish and see more of what you really want to !!

    Enjoy ;-)
    Last edited by StevePaul; 03-27-2010 at 11:20 AM.

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