Skip Redirect whitelist confusion

I’m trying to make an exception for since the “Skip Redirect” breaks the website. But I can’t for the life of me figure out how it wants the url to look like even with the site that SR wants me to follow.

Would it be possible to explain, using the url i’m trying to fix, how to whitelist future websites?

Did you try to follow this pattern?

I linked to that one in my post, but yeah i’ve tried it :slight_smile:. I don’t understand how it’s supposed to work.

Just enter the url of the website in this format in the exceptions of the extension settings? I am not sure how to help. You don’t really explain what part you don’t get. What have you done so far?

I’ve tried to understand how the url is supposed to be written. For example: doesn’t work when I put it in the whitelist and when I read that article I don’t understand how the host and path is supposed to be written. The scheme Is easy since it’s just the normal https://, but then host is either a star or a star with “a part of the host name”, whatever that means, and then the path I have no clue what they mean

Did you select these settings?

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I haven’t, does that help with the breakage of websites after trying to open them from google, or in my case, brave search?

Edit: It didn’t fix it :sweat_smile:

it’s completely unclear to me what you try to do now and I cannot really help you this way. But I would suggest to play a bit with these settings.

I’m trying to learn how the format that SR wants me to use for their whitelist works so I can fix the games workshop website and other websites in the future from breaking because of SR freaking out every time I try to open it…

I don’t understand the article that is supposed to explain the format either, which is why it would be super nice if you or anyone could show me an example using games workshops website so I can get a better understanding of the format they want me to use