about:ctp looks completely borked.
I can tap on the add domain button (barely because it's mostly out of the screen and I can't zoom) but that's about it.
It's impossible to successfully add the typed domain. The button always stays dimmed.
If you close the keyboard you can't get it back again no matter how much you tap the input field.
You can't cancel the operation.
You can't even navigate away from the page.
You can't even load another about: page until you restart firefox
You can report an issue here: https://github.com/jvillalobos/CTP-Manager. Include screenshots if you can. Thanks.
THANK YOU, JORGE! I have been looking for a way to do this, and it was bothering me. Now, I've removed all plugin permissions in one shot. Great!
Seems to work well. The missing star is fpr two missing features. First off, you need a button (disabled by default). People who aren't developers are likely to remove Developer Options from their Firefox menu. A separate button is a nice fallback.
Second, you need to fix the table so that the columns can be resized.
Mozilla should implement this by default.
This is a must have plugin if you want to use the click to play feature without being anyoid on sites you regulary use which use flash, e.g. soundcloud.com.
Thanks Perfect !!! :)
Awesome extension. This way there can be extra security and still allow for convenience with often used websites.
Awesome addon, should be integrated!!
It uses the "site preference" of firefox profile.
So, whenever i clear the history, my list also gets deleted.
Please make this addons own preference file so that i can delete my history and still keep my white-listed sites.
Thanks for this great addon!!
There's no easy way to separate "Site Preferences" to what the add-on does, unfortunately. So, it's probably best for you to avoid clearing those prefs too often.
After using "enable click-to-play" for awhile, I started craving a whitelist-based click-to-play enabler, so that I could use stuff like grooveshark without having to click to play every time I loaded the page. This addon solves that problem.
should be a default Firefox feature !
Seems to work, this should be built in for firefox.