Rated 1 out of 5 stars

After the upgrade to the Firefox 57 version NoScript is terrible. Instead of letting me easily allow scripts I can't get the damn thing to release a page without disabling it. So I'm turning it off as it is currently long winded and useless to me. Makes such a palaver of things that it's stopping me altogether.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

This add-on is, at the moment, a absolute disaster. I've never seen such a non-functional mess like this. How many month are there developer/beta/previous versions of Firefox 57? And now, at the last minute, the developer noticed, that he should do some programming, and delivered us THIS?
I know, that the most of this add-ons are developed as hobby projects. But only to say "Yea, my add-on runs on Firefox Quantum" you should NEVER do this to your customers/fans.
This add-on is (with Firefox 57) completely useless. 1 Star is way too much for this.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

As always great web extension. Issue is I am android FF 57 mobile browser and XSS won't keep itself checked. Once I leave the browser and come back it is unchecked again. With the old NS that and the other security settings like anti click jacking etc... stayed checked. Other than that I am getting use to this new look and settings. Thanks.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Fail! (And a week too late anyway.) I'm sticking with uMatrix. It may not be a 100% replacement, but at least it works. THIS is just unusable.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

From one of the best addons to the worst. I hope the "new" UI is work in progress.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I have no idea if it even works anymore. It's become popup spam within Firefox with a window that repeatedly pops up about a threat--nothing I click changes the fact the pop-up window opens every time I try to exit it. Why change the user interface at all? I've had to disable it, and this has been a staple add-on since I started using Firefox years ago.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

I used noscript for many years. It has been a precious tool for me . Great work. Thank you, Mr. Maone.
After the update to Version 10.x for Fireforx 57 I have no idea, how to use it. After one wasted day trying to understand the abstruse handling i uninstalled it at the end.
If possible, please keep it as simple and clever in usa as it was the last years. It would be a great pity if this great tools would be lost now.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

WTF DID YOU DO TO IT!!! It F^$KING SUCKS NOW. I'm Definitely uninstalling it now.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Used to be the best but the new UI feels like it was designed by someone who doesn't use Noscript, and the best features were mysteriously removed. The permissions aren't always reflected by the icon (like they used to be), temporarily allow all is gone, allow all on the page is gone, temporarily allow isn't reset until you restart the browser, the clock thing is just weird, revoke temp permissions is gone. Much more clicking is required. Everything I loved about the add-on for many years is gone which is ironic since I could say the same about FF itself now. End of an era. Major bummer.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Unless I am missing the obvious the loss of the ability to temporarily allow all on the page makes this add-on useless. A pity as it was something that I relied on.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

The new design for granting / declining permissions for a script is a bit clumsy.

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Ergonomically it's so bad I don't even want to use it. Can't disable it for specific site, can't open expandable menu to manage the scripts. Big step back.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

Still indispensable, but the new interface is... not self-explanatory

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Rated 3 out of 5 stars

New UI is a bit clunky, but I want to thank you for continued development in the wake of the WebExtension fiasco.
It's missing individual script blocking though, which is kind of a bummer. I hope there is a way around it that you can implement for the future.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Safe again! Felt naked & vulnerable without NoScript for the last few days...

Like the new drop down functionality. It's easier to use than before and the ability to change multiple settings without a reload between each one, along with the ability to reload the page manually without losing the menu, is great. On the downside, the font colours and icons need an 'art pass' or two. Also, the 'allow this time only' option was extremely useful and it's re-appearance would be welcomed with open arms...

As somone who takes online privacy & security seriously, NoScript is one of the most useful pieces of software ever, in the history of everything... ;-)

EDIT : Worked out how to temporarily allow a script, with the little 'clock' icon. Nice!

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

The old version was great. Now it's a total garbage.
Along with a complete ALSA drop by Firefox I guess it's time to go back to Chrome once more.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Completely unusable now. Such a pity. I've used this for years with zero problems and now I have to deal with a hideous UI that makes no sense. Why fix what wasn't even broken?

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

this is for the new version only. TBH, I do prefer the old UI, but this is so much better than nothing! It did take me some time to understand what's going on, but I'm OK now.
The only thing that I don't like - for some reason on some pages all the scripts were forbidden (gmail), and on others - all were permitted (some weather forecast sites). There's no rhyme or reason for that.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

If I could give zero stars, you would get that. This may be of use for those who are actually involved in software/web development or security, but it is worthless for the average user. It was much more intuitive and useful when I was given a list of scripts for the page I was on, and could just click on the one I wanted or needed working.

I hope there are other script blockers out there I can use because this has ended my interest in this NoScript.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

The FF57 version is unusable. It's not the interface differences as such, it's the fact that nothing works correctly. Going to the NoScript options page also causes every other tab to blank out, for some reason.