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UPDATE: The author updated the extension (Thank You), but the minimum version is set to 38.0a1 and the maximum version is set to 43.0, so it still won't work in Pale Moon. (I might try messing with it to see if I can get it to work -- setting the minimax versions is something of an art form -- if I'm lucky, I can just change them and it will work)
This extension is GREATLY needed now because sites are starting to implement 'no inline script' policies, which disables Bookmarklets.
I don't suppose the creator would tell us what the status is and future plans? (if you look at his blog, it looks like this extension was created as part of his Masters or Doctoral Thesis or something like that)
Does ANYONE know of a decent work-around??
The browser developers haven't 'fixed' this issue for YEARS, and instead of fixing it, they 'recently' changed the specifications to 'allow' them to not fix it. (that's one way to do it)
The updated version now supports firefox v 38 onwards.
It installs in Firefox 33 but does not actually add anything to the UI
update is available for latest version of the firefox.
It's a great idea, but it's currently unusable (I tested it in 24 ESR / Pale Moon 24.2 / Nightly).
Specifically, user changes aren't being persisted. EG if I click the addons icon and set the rule for "every site" to "User Policy" - now press exit - now open the menu again, the rule for "every site" has reverted to "Website's Policy".
The same is happening for every domain.
Buggy crap. Why can't I edit the rules as a simple string? For example there is no way to set "options 'inline-script'".
continuation-passing style (CPS)
Awesome ideas, but it's currently unusable in Aurora. The add-on GUI goes to pure white and won't ever come back. Also, it's mildly confusing that the addon is called "UserCSP" on the mozilla site, but it's called "newUserCSP" when it's actually installed. The functionality of this add-on is going to be needed widely in a few months, but I can see why it only has 43 downloads at the moment. :/
No UI Icon on addonbar now on nightly version.