Hide Comments on YouTube with this Firefox Add-on
Article by George Norman
On 02 Jul 2013
YouTube Comment Blocker, a free add-on for Mozilla’s Firefox browser, does precisely what its name points out: it hides comments as well as video responses on the popular video-sharing site.

Seeing a nasty comment on a video you like may frustrate, annoy, and even ruin your day. Scrolling through comments can infuriate you when you see how thick some people are. These situations and more are efficiently mitigated with a free and quite handy Firefox add-on called YouTube Comment Blocker. If you don’t want to see any comments on the popular video-sharing site, go get this add-on and it will hide them out of sight.

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You can get YouTube Comment Blocker for free, directly from Mozilla’s Firefox Add-ons website here.
The developer came up with a short introduction video and posted it on, where else, YouTube. If you want to check this video out, I embedded it below.



That’s pretty much it. Go get YouTube Comment Blocker for free and you won’t have to put up with annoying YouTube comments anymore. You can focus on what’s important – the video.

Here’s another handy Firefox add-on you may want to know about: PopVideo. Take the video I embedded above. Without the PopVideo add-on, you have to watch the video right where it is. With the add-on, you can pop the video out as a resizable window that you can place anywhere you want on the desktop. The video is taken out of its original location and presented as a floating, resizable window.

And here’s second handy Firefox add-on you may want to know about: YouTube Smart Pause. this add-on does is it automatically pauses the video’s playback when minimize the browser window. Or if you have several tabs open, it automatically pauses the playback when you switch from the video’s tab to another tab.




Tags: Mozilla, Firefox, add-on, Youtube Comment Blocker, PopVideo, YouTube Smart Pause
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