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HaD-AntiDuino

A chrome browser extension for removing Arduino based content from hackaday.com

Installation

To install the extension follow the following steps:

  • Load chrome and go to Menu->Tools->Extensions
  • Tick the checkbox entitled "Developer Mode"
  • Click the button titled "Load unpacked extension..."
  • Navigate to the root of the cloned repository folder and click "Open".
  • Tada!!

Usage

A new extension icon should appear on the top bar of chrome (red crossed wrenches), clicking it will allow you to enable a number of extension options. Once you have enabled an option you will need to reload the page for them to take effect.

(Note - Only works on hackaday.com)

Extension Options

See No Evil

This mode replaces all images in posts tagged as "Arduino Hacks" with images of serious buisness people doing serious things. Becuase you are serious, super serious about not wanting to see Arduinos.

Hear No Evil

Arduino, arduino, arduino, arduino. Does just the word itself leave your fingers itching to lay down a scathing comment slamming the obviously noob hackers pathetic attempt at whatever the hell thing they just created? Well back away from the comments section because this mode is for you. Replace the word Arduino with one of your choosing. Recommended options include:

  • "noob-board"
  • "doo-hicky"
  • "thing-a-ma-bob"
  • "physical-manifestation-of-my-own-deep-seated-insecurity"

Speak No Evil

If non of the other options are enough and you're still feeling a desperate urge to unleash a torrent of anti-Arduino bile in the comments sections, this is the nuclear option. It simply and elegantly removes any post from Hack-A-Day tagged "Arduino Hacks"