31 reviews
  • this add-on changed my browsing-life and it works well in my case.
  • There is no button to work with.
  • Simple, blocks JS by default, doesn't request unnecessary permissions.
    I'd give it 5 stars if it would bypass the browser cache upon tab reloading.
  • Just what I needed!

    (but it doesn't work reliably on x64 or arm linux, on android it is somewhat better, but of late it also doesn't work perfectly. i don't use windows/macos/ios)
  • Does the right thing: javascript off by default, enabled per-site.
  • Does the job, but I'm not a fan of the yellow icon.
  • Good. As others have said would be better if you could toggle the default behaviour.
  • A nice simple add-on that does exactly what I want, which is block Javascript based on the site by default, but it allows me to turn it on for any site with a simple click. And it works in Firefox 57, which is nice, because at the time of writing, NoScript doesn't support Firefox 57.
  • The default Javascript state is off for this extension, one click to enable it for the site/page (?) - and it remembers. This is exactly what I was looking for.
    If you like it the the other way around, try "NJS" or "Quick JS switcher".
    This gives me exactly what I want.
  • The ''default policy'' IS correct. Having it in reverse is a security risk, nullifies using the addon in first place and makes it pointless.

    "so that users may choose to block nothing until they encounter a problem site (and then block JS if they want)."
    - and by then it would be too late. My comment was spot on and needed to stop the useless spamming. The addon you want is noscript (or none at all).
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