How to enable and disable features

Features may be enabled by opening a console and running pluck + <feature>. For example, pluck + system.

Features may be disabled by opening a console and running pluck - <feature>. For example, pluck - system.

nhb
no-holds-barred a term used to describe fighting competitions that allow dangerous maneuvers. The nhb feature makes some blocking decisions even more aggressive. It has no effect if the system feature is disabled.

nobrave

Prevents Brave (an Internet browser) from being used if the system feature is also enabled.

nochrome

Prevents Chrome and many Chromium-based browsers from being used if the system feature is also enabled (unless allow everything is in effect).

noedge

Prevents Edge from being used if the system feature is also enabled (unless allow everything is in effect).

nochromesignin

Prevents signing in to Chrome.

nochromesync

Prevents Chrome from syncing.

nodoh

Prevents DNS over HTTPS.

noexpedite

Prevent expedite from working.

nofirefox

Prevents Firefox v57+ from utilizing the Plucky extension.

nohistoryclear

Prevents browser history from being cleared.

nosync

Disables synchronization to https://u.pluckeye.net/

nouninstall

Prevents uninstalling while this feature is enabled. Note that uninstalling is automatically prevented if the general delay is non-zero.

novivaldi

Prevents Vivaldi from being used if the system feature is also enabled (unless allow everything is in effect).

okfirefox

Required for Firefox support on Windows in Plucky 1.10+. Frequently followed by pluck repair.

okincognito

Allows Incognito Mode in Chrome.

safe

All of the following features are described in the article for safe:

  • safe
  • safer
  • safegoogle
  • unsafegoogle
  • safeplease
  • unsafeplease
  • safesites
  • unsafesites
  • safeyoutube
  • saferyoutube
  • unsafeyoutube
  • unsaferyoutube

system

See system.