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Since this is now becoming more and more of a trend to try and block the use of ad-block, I'm going to just compile a list of ones I create into a single topic. This topic will be used, going forward, to list any anti-adblock bypassing I create for sites that I discover using it.

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I am a Microsoft Outlook (and office in general) user and decided to upgrade to 2019 recently. (Because 365 is hot garbage and 2013 has a lot of little bugs that I was tired of dealing with.) Sadly, once again Microsoft added a feature to something that no one asked for with no direct option to remove/disable said feature. In this case, it was the ability to 'archive' emails. Rather than add this option to a new menu or place it in a location that made sense, they instead put this new icon where the 'Delete' icon and menu options were from the previous versions (2013, 2016, etc.) This has led many to accidentally click archive instead of delete.

With the below two registry edits, this will fully remove the Archive button and menu option altogether.
Tested and working with 2019. But I feel this should probably work for the other editions that include the Archive feature.

Open regedit and navigate to:

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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\Options
On the right-pane, right-click and add a new 'DWORD' value.
For the name, enter: DisableOneClickArchive
For the value, enter: 1

Open regedit and navigate to:

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HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\16.0\Outlook\Options\General
On the right-pane, right-click and add a new 'DWORD' value.
For the name, enter: IgnoreArchiveSpecialFolders
For the value, enter: 1

Once done, restart Outlook and the Archive button/menu option should be gone.
Since they seem to want to continue making terrible choices and force all kinds of nonsense changes, here's how to bypass their new anti-ad-block setup.

1. Use an ad blocker such as AdBlock, AdBlock Plus, etc.
2. Use a style sheet editor, such as Stylebot. Use the following in their custom css editor:

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body.swal2-shown > [aria-hidden="true"] {
    filter: none ;
}
body.swal2-shown {
    overflow: auto ;
}
This will remove the dumb blur and anti-scrolling making the site usable again.
One of my projects, NosHook, has been officially discontinued. I have no interest in the game or keeping the hook and such updated any longer and the backend Git service is just sitting there eating resources on my server for no good reason. I have killed the service and removed the updater/repo.

I will not be updating the launcher to remove any errors/issues it spews out when launching. I have no intentions on fixing/updating the launcher to work with the new changes to the main client either. I deleted the game a while ago and I have no plans on redownloading it anytime soon.

No, I will not be releasing the source code to any of the stuff that is still closed source either.
Was informed that the children banned from exeTools a few months back are at it, yet again, to try and stir up drama and "dox" me.

You can read the hilarious idiots mentality here:
http://archive.is/6NHOK

Some things to note here:
  • I don't and never have lived in Sacramento lol. (I've never even lived in the state of California.)
  • My name and emails are all public information.
  • My actual location is public information.
If you lazy fucks took more than 2 minutes to spread stupid nonsense on the internet to try to act cool and edgy, then you'd have found all my real information lol. But like usual, you got banned and can't handle it so you just keep trying to spread nonsense to look cool in front of a handful of nobodies. Like I said, all my information is public info. I don't hide who I am because I have no reason to. If any law enforcement wants to come to visit me to check your dumb lies of me being a terrorist, they're more than welcome to. They know where I actually live. :)

You guys should really just give up at this point, you do nothing but make yourselves look like total idiots lol. Thanks for the good laugh.