Evaluat(ă) cu 4 din 5 stele
When I go on the web without it, on corporate machines running preferences-locked versions of IE and Chrome, it makes me so much happier to come back again to NoScript.
But I have some frustrations with it, like when I am using a web site and need some media to play--currently, trying to stream a sample of a song from Amazon before buying the album--and I've clicked 'temporarily allow/trust' to all 4 things that have such an option to click on the NoScript menu, and the song still does't play and there is still a 'stop' symbol with a 1 indicating that something else still must be given permission. And NoScript gives me no guidance on the 1 unfixable block. So I either disable NoScript for a few minutes, or use another browser. This is impolite, to block what I have explicitly asked it to allow.