GDPR introduced many new privacy standards around the world, but it seems like that some providers requires you to untick a lot of checkboxes to protect your privacy, at least a little more.
Although this is illegal, a lot of companies uses theses techniques as opt-out from advertising and data-collections. This also only apply to European users, so international ones are still subject to unfair opt-outs systems.
This extension is rather simple and allows you to check or uncheck all your checkboxes at the same time without having to click dozens of times on them.
One button and no more checkboxes ticked.
One click to uncheck them all
The main feature of unchecker is it’s main button (also called “browser action”) that you can use directly from your toolbar.
It can be used, with a single click to check, or uncheck all checkboxes from a page.
More powerful, click them all.
While the one-click button works in the majority of cases, you might encounter a few times websites that do not use checkboxes as their mean to say “no”, but instead uses dedicated “No” buttons.
In these cases, you can use unchecker’s more powerful solution: the “Click all similar buttons” feature.
You can use it by right clicking one of the “No” buttons, and in the unchecker menu, clicking the “Click all similar buttons feature. It can be used, with a single click to check, or uncheck all checkboxes from a page.
Latest version: v1.1
Downloadunchecker v1.1 is available on Firefox.
Mozilla Installer Package (.xpi)File: unchecker-1.1-fx.xpi (19,6Kio)
Source code (.tar.gz)File: unchecker-v1.1.tar.gz (11,4KiB)
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