Roadblock for Mac
Custom Rules

Custom Rules provide a powerful way to create, manage, and share your own rules. You can create custom rules to block or whitelist resources and websites, hide webpage elements, strip cookies from web requests, and use a secure connection to websites and resources.

Create
To create a new custom rule, use the "+" button. There are eight types of custom rules that you can create: Block Content, Block Websites, Secure Content, Secure Websites, Strip Cookies, Hide Content, Whitelist Content, and Whitelist Websites.
Edit
To edit a custom rule, use the "Edit" button. You can also edit a custom rule by right-clicking it and selecting "Edit Custom Rule".
Delete
To delete a custom rule, right-click it and select "Delete Custom Rule". You can also delete a custom rule using the delete key or the main menu: Edit > Delete. The same steps can be followed when multiple custom rules are selected.
Enable
To enable a custom rule, right-click it and select "Enable Custom Rule". The same steps can be followed when multiple custom rules are selected.
Disable
To disable a custom rule, right-click it and select "Disable Custom Rule". The same steps can be followed when multiple custom rules are selected.
Search
To search for keywords in custom rules, use the search bar. Enter the keywords and then use the return key or the search icon to start the search.
Copy
To copy a custom rule, use the main menu: Edit > Copy. The same step can be followed when multiple custom rules are selected.
Paste
To paste a custom rule, use the main menu: Edit > Paste.
Share
To share a custom rule, use the share button. The same step can be followed when multiple custom rules are selected.
Import
To import a custom rule, use the main menu: File > Import.
Export
To export a custom rule, use the main menu: File > Export > Custom Rules. The same step can be followed when multiple custom rules are selected.