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How to create adblocking filters for removing undesired deviants from showing up while you browse certain categories.

This will work in most adblocking extensions. I personally recommend the uBlock Origin extension for this purpose.

How to filter a user

Click on the uBlock Origin extension icon > Click on the top bar to get into the settings. Go to My Filters. Add a new line for every user you want to filter and place the user name or a part of the user name within the "". Adblock filters are case sensitive. This will also work with title keywords.

Examples:

deviantart.com##SPAN[href*="xxhorribleusernamexx"]
deviantart.com##SPAN[href*="kawaiibrony"]
deviantart.com##SPAN[href*="pony"]

My adblock filter: raw.githubusercontent.com/lass…
This filter is my personal one that blocks a lot of users that have uploaded junk, crap, or just stuff in the wrong categories. Not updated very often, but it should remove a lot of MLP junk in the customization category. You can add this filter by going to uBlock Origin's 3rd party filters pane and add it in the text box at the bottom. Remember that it may not be a filter for everyone though. It will filter out a lot of manga, furries and MLP junk.

User script is also available. deviantART Filter User Script v3.0.0 by rthaut

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Inoki-Sakaeru Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Hey,

I've got a question, hope you can help,

I've been googling for quite a while for a remedy on how to adjust the panel's notification area in Xfce to allow icons in the tray/notification area more space, so they are not too tight on one another. I was told, that this has to be edited in the Gtk file of the theme, yet I cannot seem to find the right strings, thus would appreciate your help.

Thanks!
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lassekongo83 Featured By Owner May 25, 2014
Depends on what theme you use.

For my themes Zukitwo and Zukiwi.
Zukitwo/gtk-2.0/widgets/panel.rc

The first you'll see when you open that file is this:
xthickness = 4 # The spacing (padding) inside and between applets. Add a lower value for a more compact look.
Change 4 to a higher number. In other themes it may be located in the gtkrc file. Style classes can vary between themes. But this will fix it in my themes anyways.

Unfortunately there's a design miss by the XFCE devs. When that number is higher the icons in the panel will become smaller.
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Inoki-Sakaeru Featured By Owner May 25, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Thanks a lot for your prompt response. I've been searching for this for so long, I have no idea why people who also knew never responded or evaded the response. Says a lot about their character.
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SloAu Featured By Owner May 12, 2014
thanks for :+fav:
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zagortenay333 Featured By Owner May 4, 2014
Hope you donīt mind: zagortenay333.deviantart.com/a…
;)
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zagortenay333 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014
Hows zukitre progressing? :)
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lassekongo83 Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2014
github.com/lassekongo83/zuki-t…

Kind of experimenting my way forward. I suppose it's sort of ready, but I want to change some things that I'm not quite happy with. (And I need to create a xfwm and openbox theme too.)
Git version is still very usable though.
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dongfengweixiao Featured By Owner Apr 13, 2014
can you let Zukitwo's gnome-shell theme ibus "/* IBus Candidate Popup */" big a little?
.candidate-popup-content {
      font-size18px;
}
.candidate-box {
      font-size18px;
}
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lassekongo83 Featured By Owner Apr 14, 2014
There's no font size set there in Adwaita in the default English translation. Not sure about other languages.
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