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It works miracles on Amazon.com. Pages load much faster. No more infinite circle spinning.
This add-on doesn't do a thing. Scripts still running on the blacklisted pages. Just use built-in debugger and stop script execution to see the difference.
Simple as that.
Love this simple add-on for what it does. Needs 2 improvements:
- The icon is ugly as sin! How about something like a simple round red/green circle (flat or 3D) to indicate site blacklisted (red) or whitelisted (green)?
- Needs some sort of a back-up and restore feature of user created blacklists so its easier to re-install on other machines or do a local restore if needed. This is a must!
After this, 5 stars! Keep up the great work!
The add-on works as expected, and I tend to concur with the author's design philosophy; however I find rather limited usefulness owing to the lack of granularity. It would be wonderful if one could control exactly which scripts are disabled, as many sites use a great many, a number of which are essential to the functioning of the content on the page.
NoScript can be quite paranoid... you must go through a tedious trial of enabling scripts on many sites that use a bucketload of them, and it would be much easier if I could simply kill of the few I know to be hogging the page. I believe a tool such as YesScript would be much more useful if it behaved much like the Other One, but in reverse. The problem is that many noxious scripts aren't loaded until other requisite scripts are running, and this leads to the "enable/test/enable_another_one/test_again" cycle of NoScript.
I'll keep this handy, and I hope to see another "fatter" version in the future, keep up the good work!
Если бы Автор догадался убрать UI своего аддона в Информация о странице > Разрешения, было бы совсем хорошо.
I find the WIkipedia fundraising banners annoying, and I guess I'm not the only one.
The only reason I got this was because of the constant script errors caused by abs.twimg.
It does not do anything to prevent these. I get script errors from this every other day on the latest Firefox.
However, Firefox no longer hogs memory like it used to, so I'll take that.
This add-on is excellent.
It solved a huge adware pop-up problem I was having on pictoa.com.
Thanx so much for developing it.
I only wanted to block one site. I added the address of the site, but the script still runs when I go to the site.
Hi, I have used YesScript for some time and enjoyed it very much as it is a simple script-blocker that doesn't carry all the bells and whistles of NoScript.
Is this a problem with YesScript itself, or possibly with the new Pale Moon version, or... what do you think? That's what I'm using, on Win7 x64 (with the 64-bit Pale Moon browser, v26.0.3).
Thanks again for a great add-on. I hope you're able to reproduce this error so that I can have YesScript and other great privacy add-ons working on Google at the same time. Cheers!
A VERY NICE ADD-ON but No blacklist can be exported/imported. When the blacklist can be exported/imported, YesScript can get positively FIVE STARS.
Not in the toolbar, not in customize!
Yesscript works quite well for browsing yahoo. The difficulty starts when I try to write something regardless of whether I disable icon. Can not write to yahoo boards in a normal manner. Makes yesscript useless for me. After all these years I am going to ditch firefox and go back to msft.
Drudge kept reloading every two seconds. I put this on and Drudge loads once. Perfect.
más fácil no puede ser, es justo lo que uno necesita... solo agrega la url: facebook.com y ya no joden con que uno se logee para ver un contenido ni molestan las ventanas emergentes.
It's the best of it's kind, because it blocks only the sites I want blocked, and not all sites.
Recently, I have problems loading Amazon pages. This addon helps me to block the annoying scripts there
Does not work in Facebook. Period. Suggestions?
Delivers. I've disabled scripts in the past but that makes for some annoying web browsing, YesScript gives me control and discretion when I need it.
Installed in Firefox 37.
Can't find icon anywhere.
Developer said to add it to tool bar but could not find it among the icons in customize. (If no one else experience this, then consider an anomaly and ignore this review).
The icon should be added automatically to the toolbar. If not, customize your toolbar to add it.
I've been using yesscript for a long time but on XP 32-bit it doesn't work anymore. It works under Ubuntu but the statusbar icon is missing. v2.0 still works.
It now shows as regular toolbar button. If it doesn't come up by default, you can customize the toolbar to add it.
I was able to get the icon to appear for SeaMonkey by replacing chrome.manifest with the one from version 2.0.