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  1. Allow & use kidz safe search & many similar search engines such as kiddle.co, etc.

    Allow http://www.kidzsearch.com on pluckeye. Use it for searching instead of google. It's powered by google itself. It's a very good search engine. Go ahead & try to search porn content, you won't find it.

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  2. History of settings changes (eg: when did I remove blocks)

    Hello,

    I was wondering if it would be possible to have command line option/argument that would retrieve all the changes that have been done to the settings. For example, "20180423 18:05 allow youtube.com"

    I posted more details here https://www.reddit.com/r/pluckeye/comments/8ecsdw/is_there_a_way_to_retrieve_pluckeye_history/

    I think this could be useful as it would allow me to see when I was in the frame of mind to remove some/all blocks. If I would notice, for example, a pattern that in the evening around 8pm I'd set the delay to 0 and allow youtube (with the current delay of 10 mins), then I would try changing the…

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  4. have different delay times to change from blocked to allowed and neutral to allowed

    Whenever I want to watch porn, I will simply allow the website for a time so I need to have a high delay time however, this becomes annoying when I discover a new website that is SFW. So I am suggesting the ability to have a different delay time when I am allowing/ reverting a blocked website as to when I am allowing a website which I have never been on. Thank you.

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  5. Right click > Block URL

    It would be useful if in a page we could block a link in by right-clicking on it, instead of typing the whole command + url in a shell or going on the page to block it from the Pluckeye's menu. Sometimes - in Chrome for instance - a link may directly start a download, without opening any page.

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  6. port Abmindicate to Mac OS X

    Abmindicate is a tool to drop administrator (i.e. super user / root) priviliges according to a schedule. This allows a user to restrict their "super powers" on their own computer.

    If you would like to see this tool ported to Mac OS X, please vote for it here.

    A Windows-centric introduction to Abmindicate can be found at http://www.pluckeye.net/abmindicate.html.

    8 votes
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  7. store/retrieve passwords

    Plugins like procon latte, adult blocker etc.. require the user to create a password to change their settings. Similarly one might want to set passwords for parental control filter in google or youtube.

    If the addict is doing this by himself, he would like to set a strong password which he should not have access to during times of weakness.

    The delay trick would here too and should be a reasonably simple extension to the pluck script.

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  8. port pluckeye to windows 10 mobile

    Create a version for windows 10 mobile please! There is a lack of parental control on the platform!

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  9. make it easy to see why Pluckeye denies access

    When access is denied, knowing what in Pluckeye's settings led to the denial would be convenient. This suggestion is to make such information more apparent to the user.

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  10. Allow based on file extension

    This was originally suggested by Vitaut in http://pluckeye.uservoice.com/forums/137031-general/suggestions/7936581-url-prefix-matching.

    "A similar feature would be useful for me - filtering by file extension or filetype.
    Often, files with types such as tar.* and patch are reported as application/octet-stream. So I'd like to allow *.patch or *.tar* (or something similar with pluckeye looking at magic numbers in the response contents) while denying the rest of octet-stream."

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  11. support Internet Explorer

    On a Windows machine with Pluckeye at level 2, Internet Explorer is completely unusable. Instead, Pluckeye should integrate in such a way that Internet Explorer behaves as Firefox.

    Keep in mind this request is not to *block* content in Internet Explorer in a level 1 installation of Pluckeye. See http://www.pluckeye.net/installation-levels for more information.

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