The script gave up maintaining on greasyfork and will be transferred to github gh-pages for release and update
该脚本放弃在 greasyfork 上维护，将转移到 github gh-pages 发布和更新
The reason why this script is written is that it is very inconvenient to add / disable the domain name in the existing UserJS script, so write one myself, which is convenient for my generation to use.
This is a more powerful feature, not only matching domain names, but also matching urls, url prefixes, and regular expressions.
If you find a domain name that is not yet supported, you can click Tampermonkey => Unblock web restrictions => Unlock Restrictions to take effect, or, put it on GitHub Issues so that everyone can update the domain name to lift the restriction.
There are many reasons for this issue, some common ones include
The following need to use OCR technology to solve the problem, which is painful for web developers and users alike
Yes, because the script overrides the following shortcuts,
c-c/v/x/a, and possibly some drag-and-drop related shortcuts via
ctrl + mouse.
In fact, the script currently limits the impact to as little as possible, but there is no guarantee that there will be no conflicts with the site (see the previous article), so if something goes wrong, please raise it directly in GitHub Issues.