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I was able to get the icon to appear for SeaMonkey by replacing chrome.manifest with the one from version 2.0.
Very handy extension! One problem: icon is not shown in status bar in SeaMonkey 2.33.1. Can you fix that?
very good for my internet acess
Feature suggestion: Let me add the current tab site or URL to the blacklist via the YesScript toolbar button, as it's cumbersome to copy the URL and go into add-on settings to add it.
A very good and usefull add-on. The 5 Stars from me!
Thank you for you answere The page is not in the black list anymore, but still yahoo basic (ok on google chrome, new version of yahoo). The mistake I've done is do uninstall YesScript before taking yahoo page off the list...now, after reinstallation of YesScript, I've tried to put in in the list/restart firefox/take it off the list/restart firefox...still yahoo basic...I think the only way would probably be to uninstall totally firefox and reintall it or switch to google chrome...Thank you for you answere anyway !!! Maybe this thread could help others not to make the same mistake...because the extension in itself seems to work well !
Much more useful than the overrated NoScript, which is a pain in the *** to constantly update.
Too bad there is no color choice for the "blacklisted" icon, I mean other than black, which is really too dark next to our other addons icons.
Keep up the good work!
Thank you very much for this addon.
One thing would be great: Can you make an option that if you put a page on the blacklist that the page automatically reloads.
Its a little bit annoying to click first on the blacklist button and than on the reload button in firefox.
So why use it ?
Security rule is working like that :
all is blocked by default if it's not known as a safe source.
all the rest must be blocked until you know it's safe.
Excellent to block sites that use auto-refresh, and even to block paywalls on badly programmed sites. Nice and easy.
It does block scripts form complete domains nicely, but lacks the feature to block on specific *pages* but not others of the same site.
Simply allowing to match more elements of the path would be a very easy to implement solution. Then we could block scripts on, e.g., https://www.google.com/search? while allowing them on https://www.google.com/maps/ .
Even better would be the use of regular expressions.
I downloaded this while looking for an add-on to block particular scripts, but was disappointed to find that it only supports blocking scripts on an entire domain. This might be useful for some limited purposes, but to be of much general use, it really needs the ability to block specific files, or paths that match regular expressions perhaps.
Does exactly what it says it will, thanks.
This is a very simple addon that does one and only one thing. I like simple. The last thing I need is to have to navigate through a dozen screens and hundreds of options when there is only one I am interested in. This is exactly what I was looking for and it does exactly what it promised.
Right after I download it Firefox went crazy! Only page that still worked was Yahoo, wattpad was broken (trying to work on my story) and it bacake a wall of links that were pushed onto the left side, any sites that did work links had to be double left licked to get the link to work. After several hours of this headke finly find in Mozilla support a mention of some kind of plug in being disabled. Not knowing where to go I went to addons and hoped that the plug in the guide was talking about was in there. No, but saw that ALL of my browsers plug ins were disabled. They sure as heck were not before this! Stay way until this author ether proves his add on is not malwhere or Mozilla comes and says something about this. Until then Run!
-No wildcards support.
-No clear indication of what is blocked and what isn't, unclear how it works (if does at all) with cross-domain scripts.
-No blacklist import/export.
-Apparently works only with HTTP.
Don't waste your time with this.
A Great app !
This is a great addon for Firefox. I highly recommend it.
Thank you :)
An interesting plugin. I didn't knew that there were malicious scripts before this.
Fantastic, using this on culture website "the apricity". If its working there it can work anywhere. thanks. Wanted to use only on that particular website and it is possible with this addon.
I used this script to temporarily block a site. When I tried to then remove the site, the block still continued. I tried uninstalling the add-on, and it still blocks. I've deleted my prefs (which was frustrating and prompted me to upgrade even though I was already upgraded) checking config, etc. I now have to do a complete reinstall of Firefox. I've lost all of my open tabs, including what I was working on in them, and all my other extensions. I'm going to lose everything and have to start all over, including reinstalling all of my applications that have Firefox extensions, just to read my email.
This Product is excellent for turning java on and off on websites that are troublesome or known malicious websites. Also works like a charm on my Seamonkey 2.22.1 Five stars.