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<h2 class="page-header">Latest News</h2>
<h3>10.24.03 :: New Forum Goes Live</h3>
Due to the increasing volume of notes-traffic, we've implemented an offsite forum.
<h3>7.22.03 :: Dev. Builds</h3>
The 0.4 development branch has finally come <a href="http://adblock.mozdev.org/dev.html">home</a>.
<h3>6.08.03 :: Adblock 0.3 is now available.</h3>
Thanks to the contributions of Stefan Kinitz and Rue, Adblock for Firebird has now reached version 0.3. <br/>
New features include:
<li>Better filtering of frames.</li>
<li>Export/import of filterlists</li>
<li>Settings-window is much more user-friendly.</li>
<li>Installs in the user's profile.</li>
<li>Registers as an extension in Firebird.</li>
A version for Mozilla will hopefully be released soon.
<h3>4.01.03 :: Adblock is now available for Phoenix.</h3>
Finally managed to port Adblock to Phoenix. <a href="/installation.html">Enjoy</a>!
<h3>1.03.03 [update] :: Serious bug found.</h3>
A bug was discovered today. It turns out that it was not possible to add filters by right-clicking, unless some filters
had already been added through the settings-dialog. This has now been corrected! Version is now incremented to 0.2.1 to
signal the bugfixes.
<h3>1.03.03 :: Theme-problems solved.</h3>
Adblock's dialogs now look correct in classic, modern and hopefully all other themes. The bug-correction is
actually so minor that it doesn't really justify a change of version-number. If you installed version 0.2 earlier
than the 2nd of January, do the install again.
<h3>12.28.02 :: Adblock 0.2 is now available</h3>
Adblock has now been updated with the following features:
<li> Filters are now case insensitive. </li>
<li> Advanced users can use regular expressions to define filters </li>
<li> Filters can be added by right-clicking on images. </li>
<li> Filters can be edited after being added. </li>
Completely blocking images from loading, which is the most wanted feature among all users, unfortunately didn't
make it into this release, as it has proven a difficult to implement. I hope it will be ready for the next release.
Adding a filter by right-clicking does not apply to flash-content, as the right-click-menu of this apparantly is out
of Mozilla's control.
A Phoenix-version is high on my to-do-list now, as this neat-o little browser is quickly becoming my