Got it to work with FF 58.02!! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Firefox 58 (portable if that makes a difference), didn't disable my legacy extensions. Most of them didn't work, but this extension inserted the image and java script options in the settings menu (only visible while using the search box).

Toggling the settings back and forth does work! Just make sure to not disable the extension by accident, because you won't be able to re-enable it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thanks! it is awesome that there are someone with enough sanity to bring back one of the most cool features of ever, it is insane that this feature was removed from Firefox is settings just because there are stupid people in this world, Thanks! for one of the most useful addons of ever!
Suggestion #1: it isn't clear when javascript/images are enabled/disabled because the change in the toolbar icons are subtle.
Suggestion #2: new feature: disable css

Thanks again! :)

Will this addon work with FF57+? Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Is it possible to make this work with FF 57+, and if so, do you plan to do so?

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I'm afraid I have no plans to do anything in the WebExtensions vein of development. I haven't looked too much into it, but I'm fairly certain that most of this extension's functionality is impossible in the new framework.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Re-adds a bunch of features that Mozilla stupidly removed from Firefox a while ago. I personally use this add-on to toggle the "Disable or replace context menus" option in the advanced JavaScript options. Really comes in handy when a website disables the "View Image..." context menu entry on an image I want to embed in an instant messenger chat to show friends.

Undistinguishable toolbar icons Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Dark grey toolbar icons for JavaScript and images in their disabled state are fine, but please make the enabled-state icons bright and colorful. Currently the two states are nearly undistinguishable.

Is E10S/Electrolysis support planned? Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Is E10S/Electrolysis support planned?

The image filter doesn't work Rated 5 out of 5 stars

I applaud the efforts of the developer.

I would like to blacklist the sites for which I don't want to see images and it does not work.

Any ideas on other solutions.

The way Blacklisting works in Firefox

I did not write the functionality of whitelisting and blacklisting, I just re-inserted the interface for manipulating it. You have to enter the domain where the image is located, not the site you're visiting. Most websites use a content delivery system or alternate domain for images, so you have to put that in the list instead.

Doesn't work in FF 48. Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I hope an update for this add-on is coming soon. Is this a possibility as sadly it doesn't seem to work just now in Firefox v48+. That's the ONLY reason for the low rating.

Setting Sanity 1.2 great Add-on Rated 5 out of 5 stars

With the last Beta of Classic Theme Restorer 1.5.2beta6 every thing now works perfectly. Thanks for this great Add-on.

SettingSanity + Classic Theme Restorer Rated 5 out of 5 stars

SettingSanity (v1.0) restores the Tools>Options>Content, Images & JavaScript options, including the Enable JavaScript>Advanced options where you can disable allowing JavaScript to 'move or resize popup windows', raise or lower windows', and 'disable or replace context menus'.

Classic Theme Restorer (v1.4.8) hides the Tools>Options>Content, Images & JavaScript options, even when SettingSanity is installed. The options are still there, and their settings are still in effect, you just cannot access or change them without disabling Classic Theme Restorer first. [Firefox v44.0.2]
I got a reply from the developer when I posted this same info on the CTR page:

by Aris (Developer) on March 9, 2016 · permalink · translate

SettingSanity does not like CTRs option "Remember last selected category" for no particular reason. Next CTR version will contain a workaround for this issue, but for now you only have to disable "CTR preference window > Options page/window > Remember last selected category" and restart Fx to be able to use SattingSanity add-ons "Images & JavaScript options" and CTR at once.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0). 

InLine Horrors Rated 5 out of 5 stars

@Dale Lamar

The inescapable Classic Theme Restorer brings back boxes for preferences [ Options Page>Open options page in a window ] and add-ons [ Add-on Manager>Old add-on install window ].

Life would be unbearable without the ability to get Firefox back to greatness. New is for the fools.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0). 

Firefox 43 puts the preferences back in a tab Rated 5 out of 5 stars

In Firefox 43 the preferences are now back in a tab instead of the pop-out window; browser.preferences.inContent is set to false. At least the 'sanity' options are still there but having the preferences open in a tab just seems horrible for some reason.

Is there any chance of fixing this or have they broken it in some way that can't be repaired?

Anyway, thanks for the great extension!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0). 

Amazing difference! Rated 5 out of 5 stars

From being ridiculously slow and laggy, my FF browser is now working flawlessly and the speed improvement is incredible! Best add-on I've ever installed! Thanks a lot! Great work!

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.0). 

Workaround for FF 38 Rated 5 out of 5 stars

This extension doesn't work in the new tabbed preferences in FF 38 but it still does in the old preferences window. You can switch to the old window if you set browser.preferences.inContent to false in about:config

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Needs update! Rated 3 out of 5 stars

This add-on needs an update. It clashes with Play DRM Content (check box doesn't show) under Options-Content (Firefox 38). In view of the developer's reluctance to keep up with new Firefox versions, I have no high hopes. Too bad. Removed for now.

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I am aware of the DRM checkbox issue, but it's not as complicated or annoying as the in-content preferences tab which will be replacing the Options window - It's lacking some vital element attributes (like classes or IDs on many sections) making customization literally impossible. I've updated all my other extensions pretty recently, but SettingSanity's update is going to take some time... or may be stuck in the old options window permanently.

Gracias Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Gracias por regresar las opciones que sin razon alguna han sido removidas en las ultimas versiones de firefox.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Thank goodness most of the developers' tomfoolery can be undone by add-ons such as this!

I wish the developers would stop trying to make FF a browser that only simpletons want to use.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars


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

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Originally, Firefox was the very configurable browser for power users. However, it seems that in recent years Mozilla management has lost the plot and keeps removing features or UI elements and dumbing it down because "your mom doesn't get it". Hooray for add-on developers who come to the rescue.

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Rated 5 out of 5 stars

The difference between Netscape and Firefox is that the first will start 3 seconds after the computer wakes up and 3 seconds before Windows (for example) is operating, while the second waits for Google to update the service and eventually triggers the Adobe update as well.

Now because everyone "got the picture" as from where (Google geolocation) to where (Adobe service history) was your computer going in the past ... role-playing an open minded end user would probably require a Java permission update ... Ab initio this is unloaded within an ISP server permissions update as well ... Performing "YES" at this point will leave the ISP servers at free disposal on every next node up in the network tree ... From now a single phone is enough to keep track of your computer activity or even less than a phone ... a satellite :)

Wish you knew that Google's Image search engine is the primary. Google's Earth kept coming upfront, till AT&T managed to make it in the first place :)

I know you don't like me :)

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.7.20131121.1-signed).