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When i enable :Non ACSIIMy AlloCine - ByPass v.1 - UserCSS (userstyle) AlloCiné sans Nag Screen i filtered.Can you drop an eye on that ?I think it is "é" which cause the problem ?
Same problem with:Greasyfork - Ajouter des notes (alias/tag) au scriptIn its description there is a "à".I have read your comment on:The Non-Latin filter should be changed to Non-EnglishBut i have not understand what it is possible to do to not filter these "é" "à" etc... when "Non ASCII" is enable.It's a little bit confused for me:I want filter all these Chinese (which if understand are "Non ASCII") scripts but not French / Portugues etc ... (Latin) scripts.
Yes, the characters é and à are those that match:
see https://regex101.com/r/nLREBy/1 and
The 'Non-ASCII' filter matches both Chinese and French/Portuguese/etc
The 'Non-Latin' filter matches only Chinese, not French/Portuguese/etc
To see what these characters these ranges refer to, you may check https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode_block or https://jrgraphix.net/r/Unicode/ .
Or you may run either of these commands in your browser console (but you won't get the nonvisible control characters of course) :
var s=''; for (var i = 0x00; i <= 0x7F; i++) s += String.fromCharCode(i); // Non-ASCII
var s=''; for (var i = 0x0000; i <= 0x024F; i++) s += String.fromCharCode(i); // Non-Latin 1/2
var s=''; for (var i = 0x2000; i <= 0x214F; i++) s += String.fromCharCode(i); // Non-Latin 2/2
ASCII is a small, 7-bit character set containing just 128 characters ( http://www.asciitable.com/ )
Unfortunately there's nothing I can do to help with this. It's how these character classes/ranges work.
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