All works fine, but the only issue I have come across is that: If I set Block all ad networks. it works fine. But if Close down FireFox and reopen it and check Privdog again it has defaulted back to Deliver TrustedAds from AdTrustmedia
I have the same thing with Firefox v24 and PrivDog 22.214.171.124, the option seems to only stick for the session, as soon as I close Firefox and re-open it this option reverts back to defaults, hope this can be fixed
I just had a good test using FireFox 24 and I notice Privdog has been sitting on zero.
It seems to have stopped working the way it should. How I know. I got Self-Destructing Cookies 0.4.1 as an Add-on. And while I was going to a few web pages I was getting a pop-up from Self-Destructing Cookies saying Trackers, Cookies from adtrustmedia.com self-destucted
So that is telling that Privdog is working some how but it’s not showing it.
@Nige_39: I have both NoScript and Adblock Plus, do you think or feel that either of these two could be interfering with PrivDog causing it to not function correctly, is this possible cause of the settings not sticking ?
Until the devs add Adblock Plus like features for creating our own rule sets its difficult if not impossible to replace it completely with Privdog
I really like PrivDog, but doesn’t block everything, which is why I also use Adblock Plus still
[at]AimeeLW you are quite right. With having NoScript, it does inter fear with Privdog. Therefore, I removed all the Add-ons and just had Privdog + HTTPS Everywhere and everything was working OK. The Setting for Block all Ad Networks stayed even after many times of closing Firefox and Re-opening again.
So the Only Add-Ons that seems to work the same time with Privdog is HTTPS Everywhere (without SSL Observatory) But I have noticed on a cold start of my Laptop I have to select Block all Ad Networks just one once and all is OK then.
Therefore, it is a strange one.
Therefore, I will leave it there once again until one of the Staff or Devs check this out.