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While using Firefox Better Web + Scroll, will websites still earn income if I toggle reader view?

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I have been a subscriber of Scroll for a while, and recently installed the Firefox Better Web extension to use Scroll in the Firefox browser. If I toggle reader view on Firefox, will websites still earn income from my Scroll subscription while the Firefox Better Web extension is active?

I have been a subscriber of Scroll for a while, and recently installed the Firefox Better Web extension to use Scroll in the Firefox browser. If I toggle reader view on Firefox, will websites still earn income from my Scroll subscription while the Firefox Better Web extension is active?

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They should. Just because you're in reader view just displays the page slightly differently to make reading it easier, but it still loads the same in the background.

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They should. Just because you're in reader view just displays the page slightly differently to make reading it easier, but it still loads the same in the background.

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Thanks for the response! I realized I could also test this out by going to the Scroll website where it shows the articles you've read and how far down you scrolled. It looks like when one is using reader view, Scroll registers that the article is being read, but does not detect how far down you scroll on the page (which I believe they use to determine the allocation of the subscription fees between websites).