Greeked and blurred

Greeked and blurred

Blurs, greeks (dummy text, 'lorem ipsum') web elements and focuses on the form.

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What is Greeked and blurred?

Greeked and blurred is an Edge add-on that allows you to hide unnecessary information on web pages, blur and greek elements for focus. It helps protect copyrighted content when creating screenshots or videos.

Merlin
Stats
Users: 268 ▲ 4
Rating: 5.00 (1)
Version: 1.0.6 (Last updated: 2022-02-23)
Creation date: 2022-02-23
Risk impact: Moderate risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
Permissions:
  • tabs
Size: 3.47M
URLs: Website
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Greeked and blurred
Greeked and blurred (v1.0.6)
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Summary
  1. Capabilities ● Hides unnecessary information on the web page. You yourself choose the necessary information that you want to hide or show. ● Keeps the structure of the page as clear as possible using greeking and adaptive blurring. The blur is applied to individual elements, not to the entire area. It looks much better and clearer. The text greeking option allows you not to use blur to hide information, which looks even better. ● Allows you to select elements of a web page to display in its original form. The extension allows you to select the content area that you want to leave unchanged. Also, you can select a group of elements. For example, if you want to keep the icons, then often the icons are the elements of the SVG. If you want to hide ads, then these can be large empty elements or iframes. ● Continues to work while adding data to the page. You can enable the extension and scroll down the page. If infinite scrolling is implemented on the page, then the extension will strive to perform its work on new elements. On some sites (YouTube), you can even navigate by clicking on links while the extension is running.

    1. Scope

    This extension is designed to hide unnecessary information from web pages. It tries to bring the visual structure of the page closer to the original by blurring and replacing the text with "lorem ipsum ...". It is useful when you use sites with someone else's content in videos or screenshots. Text and images on sites may be protected by copyright.

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Safety
Risk impact

Greeked and blurred may not be safe to use and it requires some risky permissions. Exercise caution when installing this add-on. Review carefully before installing.

Risk likelihood

Greeked and blurred has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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