It seems that only 4 months ago I wrote my old review, so I must've still had a Linux PC with Firefox version supporting Legacy add-ons back then. This new-addon system is limiting and the legacy versions aren't even available anymore - but why is this so dumbed down?
Why is the configuration so limited, you can't get a proper choice of, for example, mozilla.org, addons.mozilla.org and https://addons.mozilla.org, and that's not nearly the worst....
Whatever in the world happened to all the more complex configurations where you could create complicated rules on which hosts to allow when? Is it because the new addon system in FireFox just doesn't make it possible anymore?
I'm starting to consider moving to WaterFox... I hear they keep legacy noscript still available for it.