As of 10.1.9.1 I'm finally done with NoScript.
I've been using NoScript since 2007 on every Firefox client I have ran. That's over 10 years and it is VERY impressive it survived so long. Before the advent of "Web 2.0" and HTML 5 NoScript could do things with video streaming sites, auction sites and "other" sites bordering questionable, it was that effective (or it might of simply been all the Flash sites of that time were unsecure).
The Golden Age has passed, it now limps in its own shadow.
- I get the message that "noscript" is slowing my browser down and my browser is stuck in a refresh loop. It now literally stops itself from doing more work than loading itself.
- The interface is... not good. While it appears NoScript can actually be further fined tuned, I have to wonder if it needed that improvement. Regardless, the interface is 1. Confusing 2. Really confusing and 3. Overly crowded with options you'll rarely or may never use.
I do thank the developer for this plugin, beyond what I can express here and now. At a certain point in time, this was THE plugin to run, even before ad blockers. Even if he pulled it down today, it will retain its legendary status for what it once accomplished (I literally will remember it until I die).