(because the last one was private)
Check out my extension RandomUA, which randomizes your User-Agent header for each request in a way that preserves compatibility but really mucks up tracking.
Learn more at https://leotindall.com/randomua/
Please boost and send me comments on what features you'd like to see!
@mno Because it's random, that will happen sometimes. You should be able to just refresh the page and it will work. I'll try to address it in a future update.
@tindall well, since refreshing it and hoping for a nice value to pop-up is annoying, is there any way for me to manually change my UA settings? if I turn off the extension my browser doesn't update it automatically to what it was before
@mno Not at the moment. I think I know a way to fix your issue, though; I'll push an update momentarily.
@mno You're welcome!
It's in the queue to be approved. Hopefully this should fix your issue for now; I'm working on an options panel that will allow you to disable the extension for certain websites.
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