Hello all! I'm new posting here but have been lurking for some time now and picking up tips as I tinker with my 12 inch Powerbook G4 running at 1.5 ghz. Thanks to all of the knowledgeable peeps here who contribute. In this spirit, I'd like to give back. I've been trying to find a decent Adblock extension for the Leopard Webkit browser, as the old Adblock Plus extension was causing me no end of problems- freezing pages, crashing, long load times, etc. I played around with a few different versions of Adblock and Adblock Plus and found one that works quite well, without all of the problems that plagued me in the past. This older version of [just plain] Adblock seems to work very well so far, and with IPv6 disabled, makes Webkit a much better experience. So far it's blocked everything I've thrown at it. The "good" in the title is because, well, Adblock is generally a leaky, boggy mess. This one seems ok though. I cannot upload the extension here, so I put it on my Firedrop account. If someone wishes to download and install this extension, it's best to use Tenfourfox with an ad blocker already installed to download the file, as Firedrop has the usual "Flash is outdated" crap ads. If that, and the newness of myself on this forum, still makes anyone nervous, just do a search for Adblock 2.0.6 for Safari. I found this older version on archive.org after a fairly lengthy Google search. The link: https://firedrop.com/31203b9d35c395f8ff37e81896905cc5 Thanks again to all who tear apart, tinker, and otherwise destroy these old machines to make them usable again. I hope to be among those who can help out.