This extension allows to remove or change transparency of any website element on the fly.
With this extension you can easily remove or change transparency of any element from selected website. I tried to keep user interface as simple and compact as possible. Desired transparency can be configured. Setting transparency to 0% will not remove element from DOM tree (it will still occupy space). You can also enable/disable extension using (Ctrl+Shift+A) key combination and undo your actions (Alt+Z). Once enabled it works on all browser tabs. In order to use Eraser within tabs that were open prior to installing extension please remember to refresh them. Have fun! ##### RELEASE HISTORY ##### 1.7 Changed undo shortcut (Alt+Z) Changed indicator - now it stands out a little bit more Added option to disable animations 1.6 Removed unnecessary files from final package reducing it below 90 KB in size 1.5 Implemented undo functionality (shortcut Ctrl+Z) Improved element indicator (changed styling, added unobtrusive animation & element opacity preview) Changed cursor when extension is active Corrected initial plugin status 1.4 Updated dependencies to newest versions 1.3 Added keyboard shortcuts 1.2 Implemented 2 language versions (EN, PL) 1.1 First release
- (2019-10-14) Łucja C.: Bez zastrzeżeń :) Przydatna wtyczka
- (2019-05-15) Rosu-Gutman Daniel: Hey, could you change the behavior of the extension so when you click on the icon it gets automatically enabled (or add an option to enable this kind of behavior)? Also, it would be really useful if while you're hovering over an element you'd add a semitransparent overlay so the user would be able to see exactly the bounds and the contents that are about to be erased. The dotted line is nice but it has a weird delay and sometimes it just refuses to show. Another feature that I'd like to see implemented, that could be very useful sometimes, would be the ability to erase from a webpage all the elements of a certain type. For example, when you're browsing a forum and each post has details like, the time it was posted, the avatar of the user, details about the user, it would be useful if you would have an option that would allow you to click on one of them and erase them from all the posts. (I'm using this extension to clear page elements in order to make pages easily interpreted by TTS engines, so it won't read all kinds of unrelated text) p.s. - I really appreciate that you added an undo button, that's really helpful.