- by zur_13, 4 months agoRated 2 out of 5PERFORMANCE ISSUE!
A few weeks ago I have noticed a significant Firefox UI lags when opening the links in a new background tab. It's like UI and addons freeze for a 3-8 seconds until the tab is loaded. I had no time to investigate the issue until today so I've go through my add-ons and track the issue up to this one. When NoScript is disabled it works just fine no lags at all and when only NoScript is enabled it starts lagging again. This issue is so annoying that I have to disable the NoScript just to be able to browse normally again. Hope the issue could be solved.
- by Firefox user 16507909, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5Läuft perfekt und ist einfach zu nutzen. Man lernt vorallem viel darüber wie viele und was für Skripte auf einer Seite sein können. Einmal einstellen und speichern. Macht also keine große Arbeit.
Works perfectly and easy. I learned this way how many scripts can be on a website, who they are and what is really necessary. There is a whiteliste. So you dont have to repeat steps every time you visit sites.
- by Firefox user 16453607, 5 months agoRated 1 out of 5NoScript does what it says it does - in that respect it's ok. As popular as NoScript isn the problem is when you visit a website it blocks a bunch of scripts by default without identifying "which" script is responsible for the web page element making it difficult to navigate the site. It is not useful to simply list blocked scripts without knowing what each is responsible for. Main issue is most users do not know which specific scripts from a list to enable, or leave disabled, in order to navigate the scripts as required. If users have to enable all scripts then that's like not having NoScripts turned on. If users have to disable all (non-default) scripts then browsing is virtually impossible. What is needed is a NoScript icon over each area on visited web pages to notify users what is blocked and what isn't - at least that way users can select on a need basis what to enable or leave disabled.