Hi gorhill, thanks for the reply. Apologies, by "get these a lot" I meant complaints that most likely would cause some kind of annoyance; it was more of a general assumption after I read a few forum threads on people's uBO processor usage spike up.
Anyway, I have tried the logger a few times. Unfortunately, it didn't help at all. I tried on several sites and the only thing that has some sort of a note/comment is "whitelisted" next to the website's main link (e.g. <"time"> "whitelisted" <++> <"doc"> <"www.somesite.com">).
In uBO's wiki, the logger screenshot shows many other things such as links being filtered based on the rules. But for me, this is not happening. It appears as if the links that are being "blocked" are not being logged at all, as if uBO isn't aware of them. Which makes me think - have I broken it somehow? I should've said earlier, but this is a copy profile for testing, which means I copied the extensions too from my original profile. But then again, the same processing power spike is present in the original profile as well and further still, I tried removing/reinstalling uBO, but it retained many of the rules. How shall I reset the whole thing, if that is the only way?
Edit: I should add, I'm a bit confused with the way the live filtering works. It's supposed to be that local rules > global rules, right? That much is okay, except as mentioned before, that often I have to use both local and global "all" as green to stop the filtering of links. The other thing is, each website is listed in the live filter in bold with all the subdomains under it, correct? Let's say I've set a forum to all-green locally. What happens is that this strange blocking still takes place until I make ALL of the subdomains to green, except for one case where even that didn't work but I'm gonna ignore that for now. Truly weird stuff