Leechblock/Nanny for google chrome replacements?

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victw
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Leechblock/Nanny for google chrome replacements?

Post by victw » Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:01 pm

Hi all,

I was using leechblock to shut down time sucking websites. A mozilla upgrade made it non-useable. I then switched to Nanny for google chrome. Which has also been made unusable. I tried StayFocusd but I do not like it since I can't tell it how much time per website. It has one time limit for all monitored sites.

Anyone using a time monitor/web disabling tool? Which one - I don't mind switching browsers but it does need to run on Windows 10.

Thanks.
Vic

JoeRetire
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Re: Leechblock/Nanny for google chrome replacements?

Post by JoeRetire » Fri Jul 06, 2018 8:31 am

victw wrote:
Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:01 pm
Anyone using a time monitor/web disabling tool?
You use a tool to tell you to stop spending so much time on a website?
Couldn't you set an alarm to accomplish the same?

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