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Is there a way to block elements with their absolute /html/body/table/td[3]tr[2] or relative //div[@id="shit"]/table/tr[2] xpath or to use it as additional condition to prevert false positives?

ABP supports css selectors with firstoftype() and nthoftype(number), but in that case you have to get xpath expression separately, then somehow convert it to CSS and then manually enter it in Element Hiding Helper. Is there a better way to do it?

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