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Images On/Off Udate


Images On/Off extension has been updated to version 2.3

What's New

Some useful options have been added:

  • Wildcard functionality
    Now you can set the extension to disable images not only on the current host but for all the subdomains too

  • Disable on both http:// and https:// versions of site
    An option is now added to disable images on both http:// and https:// version of the site (so far those were treated as different sites)

  • Disable images for all ports instead of current port only
    Again, until now the extension was working on current port only, but now you can set it to cover all ports (and if you don't know what that means, you probably don't want too check this option)

All the new options are available on the settings page.

(If you don't remember how to access the settings -- see below)

That's pretty much everything in this update. All other functionality remains the same.

To access the options page:

1) Right-click on the extension's icon and select "Options":

Images On/Off Screenshot

2) And change the respective options from the list:

Images On/Off Screenshot

And while we are on it...

Did you know that we have some other useful extensions? Here are two of my favorites:

History On/Off

Control on your browsing history: disable and enable history recording with single click. That's great addition for your browser if you want to keep (some of) your browsing history for yourself.

Get it on Chrome Web Store »

Single Click Cleaner

Click once and clean the trash: cache, cookies, history, stored data... it's your call. Use the settings page to select what you want to be auto-cleared. Then just click the toolbar icon.

Single Click Cleaner »