a more stable ad-blocker for Safari
Updated October 15, 2009
22,010 total downloads
GlimmerBlocker is implemented as an http proxy, so the stability of Safari isn't compromised because it doesn't use any hacks. It is even compatible with all other browsers and other native Mac OS X applications which uses http, e.g. NetNewsWire.
You'll always be able to upgrade Safari without breaking GlimmerBlocker (or waiting for a new release); and you'll be able to upgrade GlimmerBlocker without upgrading Safari. This makes it much easier to use the beta versions of Safari and especially the nightly builds of WebKit.
- Safari: 2 – 4
It works on removing the pass over, double underlined links that SafariBlock doesn't handle properly. thanks for ridding those frustrating links from my life!!!
by chartsmalm on December 3, 2010
Reduced memory usage
GlimmerBlocker now uses less memory when using Snow Leopard (10.6) on 64-bit capable hardware
Fix hang when opening the Sys Prefs Panel
Use short http timeout when testing if the java server is running or not, as the standard 60 sec timeout (times 3 tries) will hang the Sys Prefs Panel for a looong time. Reported by Tom Gregory.
Version 1.4.2 was released 2009-10-06.
Version 1.4.2 — October 15, 2009 — 2,542 KB