- 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 iTrooz_, a year agoRated 2 out of 5L'addon en lui même marche très bien, mais il a la facheuse tendance de supprimer sa configuration tout seul, assez souvent. Pour moi qui fonctionne en mode "blacklist de sites", c'est un peu énervant..
- by Firefoss, 2 years agoRated 2 out of 5This guy made an impressive work.
The extension can read the content of any web page you visit as well as data you enter into those web pages, such as usernames and passwords.
- by Firefox user 14398247, 2 years agoRated 2 out of 5An utterly confusing addon unfortunately. If you can't make a better UI then you're not really trying. Here are some problems:
It's blocking on a per domain basis, and each domain is set to Default, but it doesn't say what that means, even in the tooltip, and neither is its icon representative for what it means. Unless you're using the addon daily you have to go into settings repeatedly just to know the restriction status of most domains.
Speaking of icons, all of them are very complex and detailed so you'll need a few seconds with a magnifying glass to decipher each of their meanings. Instead of going with simple shapes (X and checkmark) and colors (red and green) each icon is instead a variation of the addon's own icon. Why make it this difficult to interpret them?
Even if I allow everyt type of content by default, it still offers me to "disable restrictions in this tab" as though that would make a difference. It doesn't, it's already the default. *Enabling* restrictions in the tab would be a useful button on the other hand. I want to blacklist misbehaving domains, not micromanage every well behaved domain.
The same thing can be said about the options to temporarily mark everything as trusted on a site, which is also useless if you trust everything by default. Temporarily untrusting everything would have been useful, but that is not offered.
- by Firefox user 14113130, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5I used to be a big fan of this app. Every new computer had Firefox and NoScript, but the big update broke it. Now it's better to leave it disabled because it breaks the sites I go to most (try using NewXkit on tumblr, it breaks it BAD) and needs far more fiddling than the previous version. UI is confusing, it goes overkill even when you tell it not to (and yes I did use Temporary Allow All and Disable All Restrictions for this Tab, didn't work) and it's not worth the headache, from personal opinion. Old version was far more friendly and easier to work with.
- by Cool Franz, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5I love this addon, and use it since many years, but since the introduction of FF Quantum, it's so buggy and hard to use. I hope they'll fix it soon, otherwise I'll have to look for alternatives
- by pouroneoutforthehomies, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5Unlike the old noscript, the new one can only do generic domains. So, there's no way to allow the domain 'google.com' when you are at the URL www.google.com', but block it when you are at a different URL.
Additionally, the extension defaults to permitting all scripts - which defeats the purpose of the extension. You can only block scripts from a new website after you've already loaded the page, and had those scripts do whatever they were planning to do once.
Finally, some websites just don't work with noscript enabled, even after using the 'temporarily allow all' function, leading me to constantly have to enable or disable the extension.
Developer responseposted 3 years ago1. NoScript Options > Appearance > Show full addresses in permissions popup.
2. Nope, the DEFAULT preset (which applies to all the "unknown" websites) has NO script permissions, unless you've changed it from NoScript Options > General > Presets customization
3. Please report those sites at https://noscript.net/forum -- also please notice recent NoScript versions have a new "Disable all restrictions for this tab" command which may help your use case.
- by BiomedicalNLP, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5Great idea, but it ended up being useless to me because the URL field is truncated until unreadable. Adding a way to read the URL would immediately change this to 4 stars for my limited uses. Adding script types/classes/categories as well as URL viewing is closer to what I image as 5 stars.
EDIT (6/13/18): The URLs mentioned above are those pulled down from the toolbar icon.
- by Firefox user 13964679, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5До недавних обновлений было шикарнейшим дополнением для огнелиса, но потом что-то пошло не так. В последних версиях стало невозможно работать с этим дополнением: возникло слишком много проблем на очень многих сайтах, проще стало удалить его.
- by Firefox user 13874958, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5The new changes are horrible. It used to be a very user friendly add-on. A small pop-up would ask if you wanted to stop items, or allow the entire page, or any other options that were available. The new changes force you to go through the entire list, one item at a time, in order to greenlight an entire site. I do not like the changes, going to find a different add-on.
- by Firefox user 12944590, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5La nuova interfaccia è inutilizzabile, domini e sottodomini mischiati in una unica lista illeggibile (ci sono siti con 30-40 elementi da rivedere), segnalazioni di elementi bloccati anche se tutti i domini top level sono autorizzati trusted senza esclusione di elementi, insomma una gran confusione.
Inoltre inutile postare link a FAQ e forum come risposta alle recensioni critiche. Una estensione del genere deve essere immediatamente comprensibile e utilizzabile come infatti lo era la precedente interfaccia, se non lo è non è colpa degli utenti. Come dir, ambasciator non porta pena :) Auguri e complimenti comunque per l'ottimo lavoro in tutti questi anni.
- by ListerUK, 3 years agoRated 2 out of 5The new Quantum compatible addon is way inferior to the legacy version. Elements are blocked but I cannot see where to unblock them as they are not listed. I can use the legacy version in Firefox ESR but having to switch browsers is a pain. Hopefully this new version will get some more love and get up to the level of the previous one but 2 stars until then.