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Re: [tor-talk] augmented browsing - "sed inside torbrowser"
> I wonder if there are more interested people out there to include a
> "postprocessing" of the HTML code via *sed* type search & replace
> expressions. A tiny sed copy could be included in the brwoser and a
> domainbased list of expressions be given to sed that modifies the html
> code(s) according to personal tastes.
There is a nice existing and non-Tor Browser-specific tool that does
something along these lines:
It may be a bit more elaborate than what you were thinking of but it's
a nice tool that can handle a variety of use cases -- and should be
fully compatible with Tor Browser already.
Seth Schoen <schoen@xxxxxxx>
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