A userscript that adds "quality-of-life" features to NextDNS website to make the experience of managing lists, domains, etc. more practical.
Note: This userscript is discontinued. It still works fine in Chrome, and partially in Firefox (see the "How to use it" note below). If you want to continue receiving updates, please use the browser extension instead (instructions here).
Allow/Deny buttons in the logs that make it possible to add an exception or block a domain without needing to copy, switch pages, and paste.
You can either add the respective domain or the whole root domain, or even edit the domain if you want.
Option to show only queries from unnamed devices
Ability to specify domains that should be hidden from the logs
You can either manually input domains, or click on the "Hide" button, alongside the Allow/Deny buttons, which lets you hide domains with few clicks. Read more
Show the query's absolute time (HH:MM:SS) along with the relative time ("a minute ago", "few seconds ago")
A refresh button
An option to show the number of entries currently loaded, either visible or hidden by filters
Collapse the list of blocklists enabled and adds a button to unhide them if needed
This is good for people with a long list of blocklists added.
Sort alphabetically the list of blocklists in the "Add a blocklist" screen
Collapse the list of added TLDs
A button that allows you to add every TLD in the "Add a TLD" screen in one click. Read more
Ability to add a description to each domain in the allow/denylists. Read more
Sort the allow/deny lists alphabetically, and styling options to the domains for an easier quick reading, such as: lighten subdomains, bold root domain and right-align.
To use this userscript, just install in your browser Tampermonkey, Violentmonkey or Greasemonkey extension, if you hadn't yet. Having it installed, then just go to the following link: https://greasyfork.org/scripts/408934-nx-enhanced/code/NX%20Enhanced.user.js
A window will pop asking if you want to install the script, just confirm it, and it's done!
If you use uMatrix, you have to allow media to
api.nextdns.io to use the allow/deny buttons, Add all TLDs and export/import features.
Note: Although almost all features should work fine with it, Greasemonkey is not supported. NX Enhanced userscript was tested in Firefox and Chrome, in Tampermonkey, Greasemonkey and Violentmonkey. It used to work in Firefox, but it's working partially now. You have to use the Firefox extension instead. If you really have to use this userscript in Firefox, you have to disable the
security.csp.enable setting in about:config (not recommended for security reasons). In Chrome, to this date, it still works fine. To this date, it should work fine in pretty much any other browsers in which you can install any of these three script-managers, although I didn't tested them.
I have no association with NextDNS Inc., I'm just a user of their DNS service who needed the features NX Enhanced provides. NX Enhanced is a completely voluntary work. I am not responsible for any damage or leak, directly or indirectly related to the use or misuse of this software. The responsibility is completely on it's users. Use it at your own risk. There are no warranties, either implied or stated.
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