f*ck overlays

f*ck overlays

adds a context menu to delete sign-up/sign-in overlays that prevent you from viewing a page

What is f*ck overlays?
F*ck Overlays is a Chrome extension that enhances your browsing experience by giving you the power to delete any element on a webpage, especially sign-up or sign-in overlays that obstruct viewing. Simply right-click, select 'f*ck it', and the element disappears. Refresh the page to restore the element.
Users: 100,000+
Version: 1.1.2 (Last updated: 2016-02-22)
Creation date: 2016-02-22
Risk impact: Low risk impact
Risk likelihood: Low risk likelihood
Manifest version: 2
  • contextMenus
Size: 15.10K
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IMPORTANT: Fck overlays is a VERY light extension to give you an option to delete anything on a webpage whenever you want. Fck overlays does not remember anything you have f*cked, so simply REFRESHING the page should cause the element to reappear.

Instructions: Right click on an element you want to delete (usually overlays, but works with other things too). In the context menu, click "f*ck it".

Sometimes you might need to fck multiple elements to get rid of an overlay. In the future, fck overlays may be expanded to support permanent deletion of elements.

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  • Useful for removing overlays and HTML elements
  • Does not work on some sites
  • May not work alongside other ad blockers
  • Does not remove transparent CSS overlays
Most mentioned
  • Useful for removing overlays and HTML elements
  • Does not work at all
  • Does absolutely nothing
Recent reviews
by Peter Amir Peter Amir, 2024-01-29

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by Joe W Joe W, 2015-11-21
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Risk impact

f*ck overlays is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.

Risk likelihood

f*ck overlays has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.

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