by Eelco, duela 4 urte
Rated 2 out of 5
I really, really like NoScript. Since the disastrous upgrade of NoScript for FF57 I check upgrades daily. And I guess the author is working on it realy hard, making it work again relatively well on nov 30th. I understand what he wants to doe with the new layout, a table in stead of a list with websites, making it more manageable when pages depend on a lot of domains for their scripts. But the way this is introduced is terrible. I hope for better and stable version management in the future.
- by SageWilde, duela 43 minutuRated 5 out of 5Gimmicky, but dang if it doesn't work like a charm! It's easy to set permanently allowed scripts for important things like ajax.googleapis or youtube, and it's easy to keep things like Quantserve, Chartbeat, Facebook, and Pinterest from stalking you across the internet.
It's easy to break sites with this. But, with a little practice, it is so easy to breeze through a mire of advertising scripts and get straight to the actual content. This is a must-have for anyone with bad bandwidth, a weak/old pc, or an itch for some privacy.
- by Firefox user 14731986, duela 9 egunRated 4 out of 5Very good tool to control which scripts are being loaded. But at the latest (don't know if it is a Firefox-bug), the extension keeps loading and won't show the permissions, and sometimes the app won't respond at all. :/
- by Firefox user 17101948, duela hilabete batRated 5 out of 5excellent addon using this tool I will run only the necessary scripts on the web page to display the necessary content and thus eliminate everything unnecessary. super better addon I do not know.