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    Default Re: Inline Text Ads

    Quote Originally Posted by DaNag View Post
    Those are exactly the ads that suck. Adding advertising links to my words, regardless of where they point is annoying and misleading. If I type "mower" or "insurance" (two current keywords for which ads are automatically injected), I'm not endorsing anything the site owner chooses to advertise.
    Yup... its **** annoying! If im reading a post, and there is a link inline, I assume it is from the poster to give more information about their specific issue, not an injection of an advertisement by TBN itself. Its really beginning to annoy me, and there is no way for me to block these advertisements and yet keep links in the case where a poster intends to post a link. Now I basically just ignore all inline links, although that doesnt do anything about the irritating blue text that distracts while Im reading. Test: Insurance deere

    EDIT: added viglink to adblock, still unable to block all inline ads. deere still is showing as a link, insurance isnt.

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