Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Unlike the old noscript, the new one can only do generic domains. So, there's no way to allow the domain 'google.com' when you are at the URL www.google.com', but block it when you are at a different URL.

Additionally, the extension defaults to permitting all scripts - which defeats the purpose of the extension. You can only block scripts from a new website after you've already loaded the page, and had those scripts do whatever they were planning to do once.

Finally, some websites just don't work with noscript enabled, even after using the 'temporarily allow all' function, leading me to constantly have to enable or disable the extension.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (10.1.8.1). 

1. NoScript Options > Appearance > Show full addresses in permissions popup.
2. Nope, the DEFAULT preset (which applies to all the "unknown" websites) has NO script permissions, unless you've changed it from NoScript Options > General > Presets customization
3. Please report those sites at https://noscript.net/forum -- also please notice recent NoScript versions have a new "Disable all restrictions for this tab" command which may help your use case.