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How do I disable the redirect notice

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For the last few days, every time I click on a Google Image I get the message:

Redirect Notice

The previous page is sending you to <the page I wanted to go to>
If you do not want to visit that page, you can return to the previous page.

This is fantastically annoying and appears to be limited to Firefox. Chrome doesn't do it, and I run both with a similar set of add-ons. I've seen suggestions to set accessibility.blockautorefresh to false in about:config. It is already set to false.

For the last few days, every time I click on a Google Image I get the message: Redirect Notice The previous page is sending you to <the page I wanted to go to> If you do not want to visit that page, you can return to the previous page. This is fantastically annoying and appears to be limited to Firefox. Chrome doesn't do it, and I run both with a similar set of add-ons. I've seen suggestions to set accessibility.blockautorefresh to false in about:config. It is already set to false.

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For comparison, I tested while I was logged out of my Google account. If you are logged in, you could test in a private window (the cookie that keeps you logged in should not cross over from the regular window to the private window). You can launch a private window using Ctrl+Shift+n.

Does that (or logging out in a regular window) make any difference?

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jscher2000
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When I click a site's link in Google images, it changes to a redirect URL like this:

Original: https://www.theodysseyonline.com/pictures-puppies-day

Changed to this when clicking: https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theodysseyonline.com%2Fpictures-puppies-day&psig=AOvVaw06muzqO76Q4txWtuwkjJU-&ust=1581547097329000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CAkQjhxqFwoTCMDdlJrIyucCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAI

When you check the redirect URL, is it missing some of those extra parts you see in my example?

In my testing, if either the psig value or the ust value is missing, Google pauses on the redirect warning page. This seems to be some kind of double-check that their exit script is not being used to phish people over to untrustworthy sites.

When I click a site's link in Google images, it changes to a redirect URL like this: Original: https://www.theodysseyonline.com/pictures-puppies-day Changed to this when clicking: [https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theodysseyonline.com%2Fpictures-puppies-day&psig=AOvVaw06muzqO76Q4txWtuwkjJU-&ust=1581547097329000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CAkQjhxqFwoTCMDdlJrIyucCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAI https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theodysseyonline.com%2Fpictures-puppies-day&'''psig='''AOvVaw06muzqO76Q4txWtuwkjJU-&'''ust='''1581547097329000&source=images&cd=vfe&'''ved='''0CAkQjhxqFwoTCMDdlJrIyucCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAI] When you check the redirect URL, is it missing some of those extra parts you see in my example? In my testing, if either the '''psig''' value or the '''ust''' value is missing, Google pauses on the redirect warning page. This seems to be some kind of double-check that their exit script is not being used to phish people over to untrustworthy sites.
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I noticed you have:

Google search link fix version 1.6.9

Me, too. So this extension, by itself, doesn't cause the problem. At least on mine. I do not use the other one you listed:

Google Images Restored version 0.2.2

Not sure if they are unable to play nicely together?

I noticed you have: Google search link fix version 1.6.9 Me, too. So this extension, by itself, doesn't cause the problem. At least on mine. I do not use the other one you listed: Google Images Restored version 0.2.2 Not sure if they are unable to play nicely together?
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jscher2000 said

I noticed you have: Google search link fix version 1.6.9 Me, too. So this extension, by itself, doesn't cause the problem. At least on mine. I do not use the other one you listed: Google Images Restored version 0.2.2 Not sure if they are unable to play nicely together?

I did not remember to remove it, but doing so doesn't fix the problem. I tried having each of them enabled separately and it still happened.

''jscher2000 [[#answer-1289189|said]]'' <blockquote> I noticed you have: Google search link fix version 1.6.9 Me, too. So this extension, by itself, doesn't cause the problem. At least on mine. I do not use the other one you listed: Google Images Restored version 0.2.2 Not sure if they are unable to play nicely together? </blockquote> I did not remember to remove it, but doing so doesn't fix the problem. I tried having each of them enabled separately and it still happened.
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jscher2000 said

When I click a site's link in Google images, it changes to a redirect URL like this: Original: https://www.theodysseyonline.com/pictures-puppies-day Changed to this when clicking: https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theodysseyonline.com%2Fpictures-puppies-day&psig=AOvVaw06muzqO76Q4txWtuwkjJU-&ust=1581547097329000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CAkQjhxqFwoTCMDdlJrIyucCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAI When you check the redirect URL, is it missing some of those extra parts you see in my example? In my testing, if either the psig value or the ust value is missing, Google pauses on the redirect warning page. This seems to be some kind of double-check that their exit script is not being used to phish people over to untrustworthy sites.

Those values appear to be missing on every single image link. Don't really know why.

''jscher2000 [[#answer-1289187|said]]'' <blockquote> When I click a site's link in Google images, it changes to a redirect URL like this: Original: https://www.theodysseyonline.com/pictures-puppies-day Changed to this when clicking: [https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theodysseyonline.com%2Fpictures-puppies-day&psig=AOvVaw06muzqO76Q4txWtuwkjJU-&ust=1581547097329000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CAkQjhxqFwoTCMDdlJrIyucCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAI https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.theodysseyonline.com%2Fpictures-puppies-day&'''psig='''AOvVaw06muzqO76Q4txWtuwkjJU-&'''ust='''1581547097329000&source=images&cd=vfe&'''ved='''0CAkQjhxqFwoTCMDdlJrIyucCFQAAAAAdAAAAABAI] When you check the redirect URL, is it missing some of those extra parts you see in my example? In my testing, if either the '''psig''' value or the '''ust''' value is missing, Google pauses on the redirect warning page. This seems to be some kind of double-check that their exit script is not being used to phish people over to untrustworthy sites. </blockquote> Those values appear to be missing on every single image link. Don't really know why.
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For comparison, I tested while I was logged out of my Google account. If you are logged in, you could test in a private window (the cookie that keeps you logged in should not cross over from the regular window to the private window). You can launch a private window using Ctrl+Shift+n.

Does that (or logging out in a regular window) make any difference?

For comparison, I tested while I was logged out of my Google account. If you are logged in, you could test in a private window (the cookie that keeps you logged in should not cross over from the regular window to the private window). You can launch a private window using Ctrl+Shift+n. Does that (or logging out in a regular window) make any difference?
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jscher2000 said

For comparison, I tested while I was logged out of my Google account. If you are logged in, you could test in a private window (the cookie that keeps you logged in should not cross over from the regular window to the private window). You can launch a private window using Ctrl+Shift+n. Does that (or logging out in a regular window) make any difference?

Oddly, it does. That suggests Google is messing with their code in a way that is incompatible with people trying to escape that godawful Images redesign.

I'll go to the add-on support page and see what they say. Thanks!

''jscher2000 [[#answer-1289595|said]]'' <blockquote> For comparison, I tested while I was logged out of my Google account. If you are logged in, you could test in a private window (the cookie that keeps you logged in should not cross over from the regular window to the private window). You can launch a private window using Ctrl+Shift+n. Does that (or logging out in a regular window) make any difference? </blockquote> Oddly, it does. That suggests Google is messing with their code in a way that is incompatible with people trying to escape that godawful Images redesign. I'll go to the add-on support page and see what they say. Thanks!
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jscher2000 said

For comparison, I tested while I was logged out of my Google account. If you are logged in, you could test in a private window (the cookie that keeps you logged in should not cross over from the regular window to the private window). You can launch a private window using Ctrl+Shift+n. Does that (or logging out in a regular window) make any difference?

Well, I started to post the issue to the app developer, but went to check an image just to copy the redirect message and now it isn't there any more. I didn't change anything at all except briefly open and close a private window.

I swear, living with Google is like living with a 7 year old god with an attitude problem.

''jscher2000 [[#answer-1289595|said]]'' <blockquote> For comparison, I tested while I was logged out of my Google account. If you are logged in, you could test in a private window (the cookie that keeps you logged in should not cross over from the regular window to the private window). You can launch a private window using Ctrl+Shift+n. Does that (or logging out in a regular window) make any difference? </blockquote> Well, I started to post the issue to the app developer, but went to check an image just to copy the redirect message and now it isn't there any more. I didn't change anything at all except briefly open and close a private window. I swear, living with Google is like living with a 7 year old god with an attitude problem.
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