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Ever been spammed with lots of alert dialogs that require you to click "OK" many times? Or even worse, ever been locked into a while() loop producing these alerts?

Have you already resorted to killing the process to get out of it, pestering against the genius who had this awesome idea to make alert() boxes so easy to abuse and so well-made that is stops you from doing anything else?

Well then probably this extension is for you! Now you will have a Google Chrome-like option of disabling any additional alert() dialogs after the first one that appears!
So easy and simple, but it can save you a lot of frustration and time, so why hesitate?

And, as a world-exclusivity, you can now block confirm() dialogs as well! It will even remember which action you chose (OK or Cancel)!

And if any additional argument was necessary, with such a catchy name, it cannot disappoint you!

Bye-bye Rickrolls, or other very funny infinite loops that force you to kill the process! You will wonder how you ever did without it!

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