FB Purity v8.5.1 released:
FB Purity v8.5.1 Released: Fixed “Restore Comment Button” option, Fixed hide “Shared Photo” filter for multi story posts of the type “Friend posted x updates”, Fixed “Updated Location” filter to include “was in” and “was at” story types, Fixed user interface glitches if Background Colour was set (the group notification counters from the left hand column, and the “image attach” button for comments)
Works with Firefox 22, Chrome 28, Safari and Opera.
To update to the latest version, go to the FB Purity website: fbpurity.com and install it from there.
FB Purity is a browser extension that lets you filter out the junk you dont want to see, such as Ads, Suggested Posts, Suggested Pages, Games Posts, Games Your Friends are Playing, Shared Photos / Videos etc. The list of hideable story types is completely customisable, and you can also create your own custom text filters.
- F.B. Purity v8.6.1 Speeds Up filtering, Fixes hide pokes + more fixes
- FB Purity Update 7.5.2 – Fixes hide shared photos / uploaded photos and hide trending articles / trending videos options
- FB Purity v9.2.1 – Fixes Hide Facebook Bubble Chat Option – New Hide Liked “This” Option + More
- F.B. Purity New Release: v8.5.0 – Fixed for Firefox v22 compatibility – Hide Facebook Events, Pokes, Game Requests etc in right Hand Column
Tried to updated to 8.5.1 but both on your site and in Google play it’s showing up as 8.5.0 I mainly use chrome so the keep trying thing can be a PITA
you should try clearing your browser cache, then try installing. your browser has probably cached an old copy of the installation page on the fbpurity.com website.
I’ve cleaned out everything an even though the file i download is fbpurity.EGHTFVONE on FB it’s showing as 8.5.0 and shows needs to be updated. I’m not new to this process, have updated every time you have one. could it be that windows 8 is making this miserable?!
it would be nice if you kept the updates, up to date in the Chrome Web Store… last listed update there ….. Version: 1.3 Updated: March 6, 2013
Not trying to be nasty, but it’s getting frustrating
the chrome installation process has now changed, it sounds like you havent cleared your browser cache, if you do that, then try and install, it should fix everything.