Those red arrows are actually there for convenience and in no way are an advertisement or otherwise. Sometimes when I'm reading through a long thread and finish and want to get back to the top, the red up arrow saves me scrolling with my mouse or trackpad.Its worth it just to get rid of those annoying red and white arrows that keep popping up in the bottom right hand corner of this website every time you scroll up or down. Tried KA-Block but i couldn't get rid of the red and white arrows when using that blocker.
Thank you Weaselboy, just installed Ka-Block extension and working great so far! And it's FREE!!!
Thank you so much
Neither works in Yahoo Mail. The old ad blocker worked perfectly, why did Apple screw it up?Yeah my old ad blocker pro quit as well after updating to Safari 12. Went to extension App Store and downloaded the free Skynet: AD blocker for Safari version 12. Works great!
Thanks. It looks like once you set it, it becomes the default.Found a way:
Safari-Preferences-websites-content blockers-when visiting other websites-toggle to ON
Apple should make this default, IMO. Why do they want Mac Users to be bothered nonstop with Ads and make it difficult to control?
Its Setup and forget. You might once in a while check if its up to date. Updating is not always working flawlessThose that use Wipr on mac is it a set it and forget it ad blocker?
Do I need to open the app or anything every time I use Safari or need to update it.