21 Responses to F.B. Purity v16.0 – Lets you filter photos by the contents of the photos.

  1. Tim H says:

    Thanks for your ongoing work on this project.
    It’s appreciated, shame that Google are being so hard to deal with re: the fakes in the Chrome Store.

  2. “export your settings from that version, via the “Export Settings” link at the bottom of the FBP options screen,”

    I have searched all over my Firefox, and cannot find the screen you are talking about. How do I find the FBP options screen in Firefox?

    I am using Firefox version 48.0.2

  3. Cheyenne says:

    I think this addition will have a great safety mechanism for parents to use with children related to adult-content photos as well as those of us who just don’t care to see naked whatevers. I also wait with anxious hopes that the ability for the app to recognize celebs that are sickening to some of us and we would love to block. (ie: Kim Karda…..Justin Be…..) Their trivial lives slap people in the face who are facing true life challenges.

    • admin says:

      i don’t know whether facebook’s image classification system can recognise adult content.

      BTW as mentioned in the post above, you can block most trump or other “celebrity” related posts using FBP’s “Text Filter” function, just put the names of the people you dont want to see in posts in the newsfeed, into the “Text Filter” box on the FBP options screen.

  4. admin says:

    if you have any problems with FBP you need to follow the Troubleshooting Guide on the FAQ page on FBPURITY.COM http://faq.fbpurity.com/#troubleshooting

  5. Dennis says:

    how do I uninstall FBP so I can install the new version? I’m using Chrome

    • admin says:

      Yes, that is the genuine version of FB Purity. I had to re-upload it because Facebook forced Google to remove the original one over a claimed Trademark dispute.

  6. L.reed says:

    Hi, having problems with FBP since Firefox auto-updated to version 49.0.1. Basically FBP has completely stopped working. I uninstalled it and then reinstalled it, but no dice, just not working at all. Any suggestions?

  7. Anthoni says:

    can you block minion photos?

    • admin says:

      you can only use the image content filter to block images that facebook’s artificial intelligence image classification system recognises, i do not believe minions is one of those things. Facebook’s image classification system is quite limited, as is its just a computer program running, it cant recognise and describe things as easily as humans can. Most minions images include text, so you could use the “hide meme images” filter to filter them out, though it would also filter any other images that include a text message in them too.

  8. Mary Wood says:

    THANK YOU! For all that you do. When I recommend FB Purity to friends, my tag line is that if Facebook is going to this much trouble to suppress it, then it *must* be working remarkably well to get rid of pesky ads and such. Indeed, when I go on Facebook from work, where we don’t get the luxury of your software, I can see the major difference. I don’t know how people tolerate Facebook without cleanup software.

    Would it help you if us little people also write to Google and Facebook in support of FB Purity?

    • admin says:

      thanks for the support! writing to facebook and google could help i guess, though its incredibly hard to get through to corporations of their size.

  9. Mostafa says:

    thank you for your efforts

  10. Debra says:

    I had FBPurity and then it disappeared a few months ago. I want to install the new version. I looked in the Control Panel under programs and I’m not finding it listed there. Is it safe to assume it’s not there and install the new version? I miss it!

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