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  1. The reason is to avoid giving explanations to family, friends, coworkers, etc. Sometimes I work with screensharing and it would be nice to just avoid explaining that I'm addicted to porn. Lol

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  2. The system feature does not work on macOS Big Sur and beyond.

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  3. I know VR is a relatively new field, but I am personally very invested in it, and I am convinced it will not be long before it becomes mainstream. But unfortunately the current developers of VR seem to have no interest in blocking VR adult content. I, for one, would never be comfortable touching VR without some form of filter in place, and I believe Pluckeye is far and away the best option for this.

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  4. So other webpages are unaffected, but the flee rule only applies to the specified host. This would allow for subsections of one host to be allowed, while other subsections on the same host would be blocked based on the content/words on the page.

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  5. Pluck 1.0 supports only Chrome and its close kin (Brave, Vivaldi, and a few others). It does not support Firefox because supporting Firefox takes extra work and because there are bugs that need to be addressed for Pluck to support Firefox well. This suggestion is your chance to convince the Pluckeye powers that be that supporting Firefox is important. So, in addition to voting, please add a comment describing exactly why Firefox support is important to you. Is it a specific feature? Do you admire Mozilla? What exactly makes you want Firefox instead of an alternative such as Brave?

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  6. I hope if Pluckeye will support WSL on Windows, as it is not supported when we are on Pluckeye system level, as WSL is used for people who are into programming/coding or are developers.

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  7. I have addiction on politics and some other things, and if I could replace some key-words with ****** it would break the spell, and i'll be less inclined to procrastinate.

    I already know the "flee word" feature, but it's not the same thing.
    I "fleeded" the word "bolsonaro", but if i search for "Brasil" on google, the whole search url will be blocked, because of this.

    if I only could replace the word "bolsonaro" with *******, instead, it will resolve the whole situation.

    And, of course, some words works as a trigger, for everything, including porn.
    It'll be useful to…

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  8. Take for example, Folder Games > Subfolder Game 1/G2/G3/G4.
    It would be fantastic if one could specify the path to Pluck for this("C:/...) and have it scan all executables within and block/blackout them. IIRC blackout means executables don't work in blackout which is fantastic.
    This will likely be of specific use to users who have to decide between Pluckeye and Cold Turkey. Cold Turkey still remains the more user friendly option and has its own things, but Pluck at least can somewhat help on the executable front that way while still remaining its own thing.

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  9. Hi :) It would be great to have support for ARM architecture (e.g. my laptop is an Asus C201).

    Thanks!

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  10. This feature could be used to stop wasting time on games when you should be studying or doing something important. I use my computer for entertainment during a time period from 14h to 17h and that's when I allow sites like youtube or twitch. So I would use the feature of preventing programs from running by blocking games, but only allowing them from 14h to 17h.

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  11. It would be handy to be able to specify groups of sites. This makes it easy to apply rules to specific groups.

    For example, I want to block distractions, but only during worktime. Now I would need to put this in the config:

    when 09-17 block facebook.com
    when 09-17 block reddit.com
    when 09-17 block 9gag.com

    and so on... This results in more hassle when I need to make a small adjustment.

    I would like to be able to do this: (or something to the same effect)

    group distractions add facebook.com
    group distractions add xkcd.com
    group distractions add 9gag.com

    when 09-17…

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  12. I haven't tested on Mac yet, but the new Chromium based Microsoft Edge, which I greatly enjoy to use, doesn't work with level 2 pluckeye on Windows. It already works flawlessly with level 0 and 1, but that's not exactly enough...

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  13. Add a way to block a site after a certain amount of time. For example, you can "delay block a site in 15 min" where after 15 min the site is blocked.

    This can when someone who's already distracted and can't bring themselves to block the site.

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  14. By simply converting the history taken from the Pluckeye extension to a document, send it via either a provided emailer you have that can be sent to your supporters or to use the approval notification system to give them an update with the history in notifications. Also, possibly add screenshots throughout the day similar to covenant eyes.

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  15. Add the same amount of permissions for Opera browser in level 2, that Google Chrome has.

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  16. This could be useful if Pluckeye causes some problems while being active and the other options to allow content, are not able to resolve it.

    This happened to me when trying to download an ISO-image of Ubuntu-Server, whose download link contains (at least) one redirect, due to the nature of using mirrors for such software.

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  17. Eg. If facebook is allowed for 1 hr per day, you can visit the website in four 15 minute increments throughout the day, or a single 1 hr session, after which facebook will be blocked. It could also be allowed for 1hr between a certain time period, such as 7pm to 10pm. There are MANY common use cases where this feature would be needed. Imagine you want to watch a bit of netflix every other evening after work for instance. You only know you'll reach home between 7pm to 10pm, but you're not sure of the exact hour. This is…

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  18. Some sites I would like pluckeye to NOT show images on, (or videos) But I still want to be able to download files from.
    Would love it if when I choose Allow I could choose if to allow everything, or just allow videos / images / downloads etc.
    the default would be same as now - open as usual.

    One example is when im using youtube to mp3 converter, there's always innapropriate banners in the site, but i DO want to be able to download the converted mp3 file....

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  19. HTTPS is literally everywhere, so it's difficult to implement keyword filtering.

    However it helps when blocking downloads of softwares especially on a protocol other than https or p2p like ftp, etc.

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  20. Blackout when at certain physical locations, to force oneself to use personal devices ONLY in public places.

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