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Author: dng@d404.nl
To: dng
Subject: Re: [DNG] Block code animations in Firefox
On 11-05-2023 22:40, Syeed Ali wrote:
> On Thu, 11 May 2023 12:37:26 -0700
> capercally.bleery670@??? wrote:
>> I mean things like this:
>> https://fastapi.tiangolo.com/tutorial/
>> I can easily disable it with uBlock on each site separately, but it
>> gets old. The details of the CSS seem different on each site (on
>> purpose?) so at my epsilon level understading of the web tech I cannot
>> find a common pattern to kill it once & for all time.
>> Can you? Thanks!
> After using Stylish and poking around with CSS like these:
> animation-duration: 0s;
> animation: none !important;
> I opened the developer tools, inspected the page, selected the element,
> and reloaded the page. I could see it inserting additional HTML as it
> animated.
> Wouldn't that be JavaScript? In that case it's likely a lost cause for
> universality. However, perhaps GreaseMonkey or the like could be
> crafted to target whatever library they are using; I don't know.

I opened this website with the Noscript addon enabled in Firefox and no
animated code block to be seen.