Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 3 JahrenHi ccdoub!
Hmm, I guess it would be possible to create such a web extension.
It would have to remove all script tags and also all event listeners but certainly doable.
Therefor a web extension is probably not necessary to achieve this.
Thanks for your review though!
- von Firefox-Benutzer 13495050, vor 4 JahrenBewertet mit 5 von 5 SternenA decent competitor and alternative to noscript. However it causes layout issues on some sites, like duckduckgo and startpage. E.g the text "The search engine that doesn't track you. Learn more" appears twice. This is with JS enabled. It's also a consistent issue, but if you refresh it disappears. Haven't found other websites with similar issues, I'm sure there are more.
Edit: Might the "google goes blank whenever a link is opened" issue on github be related to this? I don't know
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 4 JahrenHi there!
Thanks for your review. The bug you've described was indeed a known, open bug.
However, I've published a patch release today (v2.2.3), so your local installation should hopefully update itself soon.
In the newest release the bug has been fixed. Please let me know in case you still would have this or any other issues with this web extension.
Ability to backup and import domain lists within the options.
Support for containers.
An option for a "grey list", or ability to allow JS for the current session/tab/domain but disable again when the browser is closed without need to modify the white/blacklist.
Overall, a great Firefox extension, I highly recommend giving it a try.