How can I re-enable a blacklisted extension?
zalex108 last edited by zalex108
Can anyone post the branch where the blacklist is?
I've been searching for it but can not find it.
Even more, I've tried in another profile and I've been able to add the TamperMonkey extension with no problem. ¿?
I've tried searching the extension's name also like here but does not appear.
The problem is just on a ODev Profile, on Stable it works fine.
PS: Now has been blocked on the other profile.
I'll look at the Preferences
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A Former User last edited by A Former User
@ViAik It seems that Tampermoney's id is not the same in my Preferences file. How can I know which is it?
EDIT: It wasn't in Preferences file but Secure Preferences
syko last edited by
Hm. Im using opera Gx and i dont understand help
Mattlexic last edited by
@ViAik doesn't work.
PabzRoz last edited by leocg
@A Former User said in How can I re-enable a blacklisted extension?:
Thank you! If you can't find it in Preferences then check Secure Preferences. I was able to find it in Secure Preferences and it worked perfectly for me. Also you can install the Tapermonkey Beta extension since that's not blacklisted. Only difference is there are some bugs on the BETA version. I have no idea why opera has blacklisted this but it was a serious pain in the ass that I hope they fix. Doubt they ever will but that's what we have forums for
filbo last edited by
Since this was reawakened: the file I previously pointed to (https://extension-updates.opera.com/static/omaha/blacklist.txt) no longer exists; but TM is still blacklisted by Opera. It appears in my Preferences file -- certainly not by my preference, but injected there by Opera.
Opera! There is no reason to be blacklisting Tampermonkey non-beta.
@derjanb got some sort of response from them a long time ago, some sort of guff about TM being force-installed into people's Opera installations by some sort of malware, then used to run the malware's browser extension. Great. That is a bug, misfeature, attack, however you want to characterize it, ON THE PART OF THE MALWARE, not Tampermonkey!
And whatever that malware was, years ago, it is surely handled by people's antivirus etc. these days.
Please un-blacklist TamperMonkey non-beta, ID 'dhdgffkkebhmkfjojejmpbldmpobfkfo', from the Chrome 'store'. And the one from Opera 'store', but I don't know its non-beta ID as you've hidden it in the web UI.
See also DNAWIZ-49270; github.com/Tampermonkey/tampermonkey/issues/635
There were also comments about it on some of the beta blog posts, but those posts now have zero comments at all (https://blogs.opera.com/desktop/2019/01/opera-59-0-3187-0-developer-update/#comment-4270524260) -- ???
filbo last edited by
BTW @derjanb you said the Opera 'store' edition would update alongside the Firefox edition, about every 3mo. https://addons.opera.com/en/extensions/details/tampermonkey-beta/ is on 4.13.6138, updated 2021-06-22, while FF is on 4.16.6160, updated 2022-04-05.
derjanb last edited by
BTW @derjanb you said the Opera 'store' edition would update alongside the Firefox edition, about every 3mo.
I'm currently updloading new opera versions since January but until today there was no review yet.
I just pinged the reviewers again...