"Nuke Everything Advanced" works well, but it's inconvenient to open content menu for each element to be removed. I want to "shoot down" multiple elements without just one click per removal.

Are there alternatives for this extension?

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    There's Aardvark, bit it's not available for newer firefoxes. – Vi. May 12 '15 at 14:03
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    Built-in: Shift-Ctrl-I (Inspector), click the pointer, select the element, press "del" to remove it? – Izzy May 12 '15 at 14:26
  • @Izzy, Is it faster than open context menu and select "Remove this object" entry? I want to save clicks and remove multiple elements quickly. – Vi. May 13 '15 at 0:13
  • "for each element"? Certainly. For one element only: probably not, but not slower either :) Have you tried? – Izzy May 13 '15 at 10:38
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    Ctrl-R (Reload the page) – there is no undo. Neither did you specify its need with your question :) – Izzy May 13 '15 at 13:30

As Izzy commented, Firefox's out-of-the-box features can be used for this.

Here is a screencast how to do it:

  1. Open a page where you have element to be deleted:


  1. Ctrl+Shift+I:


  1. Press "Pick element from the page" button:


  1. Click on some element in the source pane:


  1. Hover the mouse over the element to be removed without clicking:


  1. Press Del;

  2. Hower the next element, press Del again and so on.

Disadvantage: no undo. After N correct deletion with N+1'th invalid deletion, you need to reload the page and redo all N ones...

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