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    Andreas Källberg commented  · 

    As an alternative, I've written a stylish style that hides the comic-rocket menu unless you hover over it: https://userstyles.org/styles/132411/fullscreen-comic-rocket

    Andreas Källberg commented  · 

    You can use the bookmarklets https://www.comic-rocket.com/help/bookmarklets/ to navigate without the frames.

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    Andreas Källberg commented  · 

    Wait, no, I take that back. They could just add sandbox="allow-scripts" to the comic iframe and be done. But then the authors could add X-Frame-Options (https://comicrocket.uservoice.com/forums/70859-general/suggestions/4598725-detect-when-pages-use-x-frame-options-to-forbid-fr) to the page, and we'd be back where we started.

    Anyways, in the meantime, use the bookmarklets for those sites.

    Andreas Källberg commented  · 

    This is not something Comic-Rocket can fix. You'll either have to ask the authors to remove the redirect-code* from their sites or use comic-rocket with bookmarklets (https://www.comic-rocket.com/help/bookmarklets/) instead of using the navigation bar.

    * Usually looks something like this: "this.top.location !== this.location && (this.top.location = this.location);"

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    Andreas Källberg commented  · 

    What is strange about "MS Paint Adventures: Problem Sleuth" is that "MS Paint Adventures: Homestuck", which is on the same page and navigates the same way, works fine. The page "Another Gaming Comic" uses Flash for navigation and has the index of the last page stored in Javascript as "var MAXCOMIC = 631".

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    Andreas Källberg commented  · 

    What is wrong? It seems to work fine for me.

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    Andreas Källberg commented  · 

    What would be the advantage over using bookmarklets? It seems like a lot of job. There is not even an API for making a toolbar in Google Chrome: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6681697/how-to-make-a-toolbar-in-google-chrome

    Is this just for circumventing the framekillers? That is possible to fix in easier ways most of the time.

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