It would be awesome if Minim had the ability, for power users, to edit/add a local ruleset for visually hiding elements on pages (similar to a full-fledged--bloated-- content blocker like AdGuard, etc. but will much less fuss and complexity).
Thinking of either the ability to have a local .json formatted according to the Apple specs for content blocking rules
or something similar to an extension that I already use, but would love to use just Minim in my Safari and nothing else, like: AdZapper
This way Minim would become one of the best AppStore apps for advanced users that want to control what goes into their browser and also replace most need for bloated adblockers like AdGuard, etc.
@SweetP Thanks for considering this.
If you decide to implement something like this, my only consideration would be to no add extra permission requirements to Minim, as I’d imagine the users of the app are a bit more privacy conscious.
Minim currently requires just Browsing History, which is acceptable:
Some apps that I disable and I imagine am not the only one require web page content access, which is very sensitive:
I imagine the only extra feature that would require such access would be a visual element picker for blocking, which, given the profile of the typical Minim user, would be pretty useless, as most privacy/techy types already know about the Web Inspector features of Safari and could write their own CSS (id, class, etc.) selectors.