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select multiple elements to block

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23 Apr, 2015 04:47 PM

When you try to block an ad or an element on a page, you're only allowed to do it one element at a time which is very annoying since the "Block it!" button reloads the page.
It would be much quicker to just be able to click on all ads or elements on a page to block them without having to reload the page every time.

I can imagine that it can cause some issues on rare occasions when you block an element and without reloading the page block another element that might be in one way or another tied to the first element.

Main issues:
1. Auto-reload on "Block it!" button.
2. The "last step" where the "Block it!" button is, "looks good" pretty much confirms that it's alright, there's no need for a last step.

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