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  1. Try adding Adblock Warning Removal List: (as previously mentioned)

    You can also report here: (incorrectly removed content)

    They're usually pretty quick when it comes to rectifying anti-adblock annoyances.

    Anti-adblock scripts actually rely on the script being blocked to trigger the warning. They name the script something they know will be blocked like "***advert.js". Therefore the fix is creating a rule to allow the script (and only the script) to run. Adhunter also occasionally triggered these warnings, but since it blocked a lot less by default, it happened a lot less.

    Also, if it's a popular site, there's a good chance it's already been fixed if you force an update.

  2. To all the people trying to figure out Stylish, it's not difficult it's just different. To make a global list click "manage styles", then "write a new style". Name it "Global". Instead of ## plus the element like: ##.advert , you need to write: .advert{display:none !important;} once it's specified to add other elements just separate with commas like: .advert,#ad,#bannerad{display:none !important;} and save. If no domain, url, prefix or regexp is specified it applies it globally. For site specific lists specify under "domains" for example: "" (no quotes), then name it "Youtube". All your CSS will work exactly the same once you remove the "##" in front, but be aware that you'll likely need to add "!important;" declarations to override CSS (Adhunter did this by default). The resource heavy aspect of ABP is the element hiding. It doesn't just block elements, it "transforms" them by injecting stylesheets, resulting in higher memory usage. You can turn off the lists and just use Stylish to block CSS and ABP to block url's just like Adhunter.