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Mail Sanitiser

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Removes everything except the article text from Daily Mail pages

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Description from store NOTE: This extension was previously called Mail Cleaner, but has been renamed to avoid trademark infringement. This is a Chrome extension inspired by Andy Beaumont’s Daily Mail Cleaner Safari extension (http://blog.andybeaumont.com/post/29470498530): "You know that feeling you get when you accidentally click on a link to an article on the Daily Mail website? You know that red mist that descends when you see that sidebar full of pictures ridiculing celebrities for having cellulite or being overweight? You know how your blood pressure goes through the roof when you accidentally read one of the comments? Well, here’s a safety net for your browser." If you accidentally visit a Daily Mail page, this extension will replace it with a filtered version, removing the Sidebar of Shame, the comments, and various other junk. The source code can be found at https://github.com/threedaymonk/mailsanitiser

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  • (2014-08-27) Leslie Jackson: This is not helpful and now I can't remove it.


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3.8 (4 votes)
Last update / version
2012-09-11 / 1.1.0
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