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SBfreak
18.04.09, 23:27
More and more chrome users started using the not so famous adsweep addon that works great (more proofs on the official site). This is a tutorial that will help you enable this addon in Iron.


AdSweep is a small addon that aims to hide advertising from the web pages you visit like Adblock. In technical terms, AdSweep is a user javascript that defines CSS rules based on the web site you are visiting to hide elements of the page that show advertisements.

AdSweep is designed for standard-compliant web browsers such as Opera, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox 3.1+ or Apple Safari. It works better and faster with Opera and now with Google Chrome.

Visit the site (http://adsweep.org/)

This tutorial is for SRware Iron not Google Chrome. (This browser isn't banned from SB-I <see why here (http://www.srware.net/en/software_srware_iron_chrome_vs_iron.php)>) Download it here (http://www.srware.net/en/software_srware_iron_download.php).

1.First you will need to download the chrome user script wich can be found here.
http://www.adsweep.org/AdSweep.user.js
2.Search your C drive for a "User Data" folder.(if you find more than one chose the one that's inside a "Chromium" folder)

Windows 7 : C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Chromium\User Data
Windows Vista:(I don't know here but you can find it with ease,just look for the Chromium folder)
Windows XP: C:\documents and settings\[username]\local settings\Application Data\Chromium\User Data

3.After you found the "User Data" create a folder named "Default" inside it(optional/may already be there),then inside the Default folder create another folder named "User Scripts" and put "AdSweep.user.js" inside it.


NOTE: for Iron Portable, the folder "User Scripts" must be created into the folder where you installed Ironportable.The Defauld folder target will look something like that [IronProfileDefault] not [ChromiumUser DataDefault]

4.After this just right click your SRW Iron shortcut on your desktop and look for "target", in this box -after- what is written and add " --enable-user-scripts "

example:
"C:\Program Files\SRWare Iron\iron.exe" --enable-user-scripts

5.Go to adsweep's site (http://adsweep.org/) and you should see something like this in the upper right corner.

1. install Iron
2. go to AdSweep - An ad blocker for your favorite web browser (like Adblock) (http://www.adsweep.org)
3. click on AdSweep.crx
4. restart Iron.

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Rebound
19.04.09, 08:00
Nice tutorial, but you should now that no chrom user will read this, because the chrome browser is fully banned of our website.

best regards,

Rebound

SBfreak
19.04.09, 13:57
Hey there my friend Rebound this tutorial is for SRware Iron(not google chrome) a chrome fork that isn't banned from this great site,yet,..:top:

Rebound
19.04.09, 17:08
Lol, sorry. I had drunken to much. :biggrin:

SBfreak
21.07.09, 00:36
Update: The latest adsweep isn't working with the latest Iron beta.If you have problems try this version.
http://userscripts.org/scripts/version/40933/97811.user.js

SBfreak
12.08.09, 21:25
Update:
A new Iron version was released and made things super easy.There's no more need for the complicated tutorial...
1. install Iron
2. go to AdSweep - An ad blocker for your favorite web browser (like Adblock) (http://adsweep.org/)
3. click on AdSweep.crx
4. restart Iron.

anon
12.08.09, 21:26
Want me to add that to the first post? This thread isn't that long anyway.

SBfreak
12.08.09, 21:30
Yes please add that to the first post.
Put the first tutorial between spoiler tags.
Thank you.

anon
12.08.09, 21:31
Done!