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See No Evil 5.0 - Automatic Word Censor

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Replaces Objectionable Words/Phrases From Selected WebSites Automatically

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Description from store SEE NO EVIL automatically replaces objectionable words with various "clean" words and phrases in ANY websites you select. Works extremely well with YOUTUBE. Replaced words appear in red (optional) or not at all(optional). Also offers a feature that allows YOU to select words to be replaced and their new replacement. If desired, you can simply have all objectionable words removed and not replaced with anything. Includes a "one-time" feature that allows you to temporarily replace words on any website you are viewing at that time. Additionally, you may block ALL comments from specific YouTube users if you keep running up on the same person using profane language.

Latest reviews

  • (2017-09-04) I really like this extension - works with well with Facebook if wish to censor naughty words when reading comments

Latest issues

  • (2017-11-29, v:3.6) Brach Burton: Options not working
    I just added your extension, and it seems to be (in theory) exactly what I'm looking for. I just want to censor words on my laptop. I messed around with the extension a bit and noticed that when I clicked two options, specifically "Do NOT Indicate/Highlight Replaced Words With Red" and "Replace Objectionable Words In ALL Pages Visited" that didn't seem to work. After clicking both of those options, I had to still manually add reddit.com to my list of sanitized sites, and that the replaced words are still highlighted in red. I also changed the Custom Word Replacements list to add quite a few words, and those seem to be working great. There are some default replacements, however, that I would like to change. For example, "the hell" was changed to "in the world" and "pissed" was changed to "watered". I suppose I can override these changes manually by including them in the Custom Word Replacements and changing them how I want, but is there any way I can see the default list of censored words and phrases? The biggest thing for me right now is to get the "Don't highlight" option working. Thank you


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3.6667 (3 votes)
Last update / version
2018-04-05 / 5.0
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