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Rimuovi i popup di richiesta d'accesso

Rimuovi i fastidiosi banner e popup di richiesta d'accesso dalle versioni mobile e desktop di Facebook, Instagram, Reddit, Twitter, Quora, Ask.fm, VK, Pinterest, Tumblr, Twitch e dalla versione mobile di Youtube e TikTok.

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Autore
StephenP
Installazioni giornaliere
87
Installazioni totali
51.099
Valutazione
62 9 8
Versione
2.7.9
Creato il
21/01/2020
Aggiornato il
05/12/2022
Licenza
Non disponibile
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As the name says, this script removes the annoying login requests from:

  • Instagram
  • Facebook
  • YouTube
  • Reddit
  • Twitter
  • Quora
  • Ask.fm
  • VK
  • Pinterest
  • Tumblr
  • Twitch
  • TikTok

Notes for

Quora: if you want to login while the script is enabled, just go to the main page (quora.com) and login from there.
Youtube: this script works only for mobile Youtube interface; for the desktop version, try Youtube - dismiss sign in
Instagram: If you try to open an Instagram profile page (es: instagram.com/mozilla), and you get redirected to the login page (instagram.com/accounts/login/), this script can't do anything, as this means that your IP has been blocked by Instagram, unless you sign in. You can try a different connection or you can try to refresh your IP from the modem/router's settings. If this fails, you can still use https://pixwox.com, a site that can show any public Instagram profile without logging in and without unnecessary IP restrictions.
TikTok: Open any video link (tiktok.com/@_username_/video/_number_) and start browsing the recommended videos. TikTok only works on mobile: if you want to use it on PC, set the user agent for TikTok to spoof a mobile browser (you can use any addon you want, such as Useragent Switcher or just open the browser's mobile emulation mode (CTRL+SHIFT+M on Firefox).

More notes:
Facebook Marketplace: it requires the users to be registered to access. It's not just begging you to login, it's forcing you. No login no access: this script can't do anything for it.
Instagram: they recently introduced an annoying login wall that replaces the third image in a carousel with a login request (only on mobile interface). I currently have no idea, nor will, to find a workaround for it, but if you need to see that blocked image from your phone, just set your browser to Desktop Mode and you will see the picture as usual.