NoScript kind of sucks now Rated 2 out of 5 stars

The Whitelist is useless. Even if I add a site to it, it still will arbitrarily block whole elements of that site until I individually allow all those elements. THAT IS NOT A WHITELIST!!!! A whitelist is a list of sites to COMPLETELY IGNORE as "exceptions." I am close to just being done with NoScript, but it still serves a purpose. But with Java on the way out, in a few years this will be literally pointless, as all browsers are dumping Java and JS and Flash are the next to go.
From a dev response to another review: "The point of NoScript is *allowing* scripts on sites you trust. You don't need to switch it off or restart the browser to let a site run its scripts." Uhhh, that'd be great if it ACTUALLY WORKED. It is a very bad model to just block everything and then let you choose what to load. It should be be more refined and block things that are probable to be harmful, like a combination of NoScript and Web of Trust.
EDIT: I dropped NoScript and started using uMatrix, which is made by the guy who makes uBlock Origin. It works much more smoothly than NoScript.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (5.0.3).