F.B. Purity v34.9.0 is out now! It should fix hiding “Sponsored Posts”

F.B. Purity v34.9.0 is out now! It should fix hiding “Sponsored Posts” in the Newsfeed. Its currently available for Chrome, Firefox and GM Script.The Edge and Opera versions will become available when those companies approve the update.

This release doesn’t yet fix the link click issue mentioned in the previous post, as I’ve not figured out exactly whats causing it yet, and am still working on it. Will release a new update when I figure it out.

A workaround for the links not opening issue is to right click the link and select “open in new tab” or if you have a 3 button mouse or a mouse with a clickable wheel, click the middle button/mouse wheel on the link should open it.



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14 Responses to F.B. Purity v34.9.0 is out now! It should fix hiding “Sponsored Posts”

  1. Nik says:

    no it doesn’t unfortunately
    yes i checked the version
    yes it is the 34.9.0
    yes i restarted the browser (latest chrome)
    yes i used the hide button
    yes i refreshed the page after that
    yes i have the setting to hide turned on
    no it does NOT work

  2. Macgregor says:

    Running 34.9, but still getting sponsored posts in my feed

  3. James says:

    I still have to click Zap the ads with F.B. Purity button. They’re not hidden automatically. I’m using chrome.

  4. James says:

    Acutally, I still have to manually click on Zap ads with Facebook Purity to get rid of sponsored posts. I’m using Chrome.

  5. Ken says:

    I’m seeing sponsored posts on FB with FBP extension
    Firefox 105 on Linux Mint 20.3.

  6. James says:

    Actually, It doesn’t even have the Zap with FB purity any more.

  7. William says:

    I installed v34.9.0 on Firefox and Edge but I’m still getting bombed with sponsored ads. Do I need to do something else??

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