Not for me Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Not for me, NoScript is the way I want it to be, and if anybody says clicking twice to whitelist a page is "much more difficult to use"... Wha...?
Besides, NoScript can be set to do what YesScript does - with two clicks. You just click "Allow scripts globally" and then block js with two clicks on whatever site you want. I will repeat myself - it's like running possibly infected file and THEN using antivirus software. It works, but I see no point in using this, sorry. NoScript is something more than just JS disable/enable shortcut.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (1.3).