YES for Adblock - is NO for ads and vice versa.
And user doesn't look for kplugin state - he is looking for ads state.
Yep. Although it's a bit like the hen or egg question, it could just as well be green=safe/red=unsafe
. But to keep things consistent inside the browser and with habitudes, let's just think PrivBar: red=blocks
the objects on button / green= allows objects on button. Their pressed state even underlines the "blocked" feeling but might just be me.
rodocop, you asked about using other blocking-lists. They are simply stored inside a pref, and as any pref can be customized in about:config. Although via menu would be more comfortable of course, but quite some work again. Ah and of course, the paths are hardcoded inside the macro! Perhaps the easiest would be to put them as a variable at the beginning of the macro, so users can edit the kmm and change the path a bit easier.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 12/12/2015 04:28AM by siria.