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I want to block images from all Google search services, except Google Images and captchas.

I've tried both tools>options>content>exceptions on Firefox and options>content settings>images>manage exceptions on Google Chrome with no luck. They work for other sites but not google.com.

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To block images originating from a specific domain, right click on the image & select View Image Info in the Firefox context menu. In the Page Info dialog box that opens, check the Block images from {domain}. Older versions of Firefox had the Block images from {domain} directly in the context menu.

Firefox Page Info - Media

Images can also be shown without using an image tag or by declaring a background image in CSS. You can embed the image data directly into the document with data URIs. In such cases, it may not be possible to block those "images".

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