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I wonder if there is a way to make Adblock plus work under firefox just like it is working under Chrome. Particularly the way that I specify ad on the page in Chrome is perfect. I just have to roughly specify ad location and there is a slider to extend the block. However, I can't find this in Firefox Adblock extension. Is there any way to have such way of specifying ads under firefox?

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I've found solution for Firefox an extension called Element Hiding Helper for Adblock. It's not exactly same, but somehow better than what is default.

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No, Adblock Plus for Firefox* does not provide such a context menu** and this is not possible.

*Note thatAdBlock Plus for Chrome was not originally written by the developers of ABP for Firefox.
**though that context menu does appear when you right click on an image or a flash element.

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