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Tumblr Safe Mode Bypass

Description from extension meta Displays all posts hidden behind the 'adult content' error, and displays Tumblr blogs blocked by the 'sensitive media' error.
Image from store Tumblr Safe Mode Bypass
Description from store A browser plugin to display all posts hidden behind the 'adult content' error, and display Tumblr blogs blocked by the 'sensitive media' error. Source code is available at: https://github.com/asenseofjoy/Tumblr-Safe-Mode-Bypass
Latest reviews (2019-09-27) Izzless: Doesn't work, just takes me straight back to my dashboard (2019-09-15) Rayna Kuzio: Used to work perfectly....doesn't work at all anymore. (2019-09-07) Goor Levy: So many complaints... It's called "Tumblr Safe Mode Bypass" and that's exactly what it does. For free. So stop whining, jeez. (2019-08-26) Apa Churras: You should add an update with something similar to the style - Tumblr sensitive media full width found in the userstyles org library (2019-07-29) Razaeel: No funciona (2019-07-23) Matthew DesOrmeaux: Does NOT bypass anything. Still loads NSFW-flagged blogs in a Dashboard view, which has many features disabled. All it does is hide the "sensitive material" screen before Tumblr sends you there. Worthless. (2019-07-07) Cypher Prank: Works well (2019-06-23) bob barker: Doesn'twork. (2019-05-26) Irish Pauline: IT DOESN'T WORK! (2019-05-17) Matthew Leong: Only half lives up to the description. >Displays all posts hidden behind the 'adult content' error It doesn't reveal hidden posts, it just hides the blocked post so that you can't see that content was blocked. This is mildly convenient since it will save you scrolling past blocked posts, but isn't what was advertised. >and displays Tumblr blogs blocked by the 'sensitive media' error. It does do this by forcing your browser to open in the 'dashboard view' which can help you view blogs that have been blocked (so you can see their non-blocked content). ----- It is probably doing the best one can do, but it is over-selling itself by claiming it (2019-02-28) Hrishikesh Dhiwar: faltu (2019-02-26) Amaya Sola: Works very well (2019-02-25) Works as intended and very useful! Bravo! (2019-02-21) Mitzi: i mean... it sort of works? it just goes into the dashboard view of it instead of the blog in a new, entire page.. (2019-02-11) luke l: opens a smaller window but it works (2019-02-08) Marko Horvat: It works. 5/5 (2019-01-14) Helena Lu: I'm not sure if this works- I'm on my blog and I want to see a specific post that was flagged and is now inaccessible. How do i bypass this? Does this only work with flagged blogs? (2019-01-12) Anthony G.: It works. (2019-01-10) Daniel C-F: I can't tell if this is actually working as described, or if Tumblr's new flagging algorithm is really just that broken.

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3.1739 (23 votes)
Last update / version
2019-01-01 / 1.0.1




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