The relevance of the ads is not at issue. The fact is that they are ads, and they're not being blocked by Opera's ad filter...
I've tried turning on "relevant" ads, and turning them off, the ads still show up.
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Just went through all the ad settings in facebook, nothing there that would or did remove the suggested posts.
These are usually/almost always after the first timeline item.
And again, easylist and adblock used to block these. Certainly similar ads to these are blocked say on Twitter.
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I recently turned on the native ad blocking for Opera after using adblock. I noticed that Facebook's "suggested posts" are still showing up - is there a way to get this added to Opera's block list?
I was sure to take all sites off of the "exceptions list" so there is actually nothing listed when I click on "manage exceptions".
That said, I'll say that I'm probably happier now with Opera than I have been at any time since they moved from Presto.
Do let me know if this is off-topic - I didn't see a sub-forum or topics addressing ad-blocking.