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Google News Filter

Removes blacklisted articles and news sources from Google News.

Penulis
gaspar_schott
Pemasangan harian
0
Total pemasangan
200
Nilai
3 0 0
Versi
3.0.5
Dibuat
Diperbarui
Lisensi
N/A
Berlaku untuk
Update for new Google News. Please let me know how it works for you.

3.0.5:
Better right column filtering.
Bugfixes.

3.0.4:
Added removal of duplicate terms from the blacklist.
Bugfixes.

3.0.3:
Show total count of removed items instead of listing each matched term individually.
More complete search and removal of items.
Bugfixes.

3.0.2:
Added option to hide Google News Sidebar.
Added keyboard shortcuts for "Save" and "Cancel" buttons in Settings window (experimental).
Improved styling of Settings window.

3.0.0:
Works with new Google News.
Better filtering for right-column sections (e.g., "In the News", "Spotlight").
Automatic page reload when clicking on a headline subsection or the top "Google News" link (in order to fire the filter function).
Reload page by clicking the "Google News Filter" title.
Code cleaned up.
Bugfixes.

TODO: Add removed sources to statistics list. Make settings window draggable.

This script removes blacklisted articles (e.g., anything about a Kardashian) from Google News so you never have to see them again. The script compares the text of each article to the terms in the user's blacklist and removes the article if it finds a match. The script searches both the main news area and the spotlight sidebar, as well as the "related articles" that are hidden until you click in a story. Note that this script does not (and cannot) replace removed articles with new ones, so if you have a lot of blacklist terms, it's possible that some sections of Google News will appear empty from time to time. Stories may also be filtered by source (e.g., CNN, FOX). For efficiency, from time to time you should delete terms from your blacklists that have "fallen off the radar" after a while.