Оценено на 4,5 из 5
Оценено на 4,5 из 5
от davep, месяц назад
Оценено на 3 из 5
Fantastic in theory, and often in use, BUT one major issue for me. It takes time to allow each part of each site that you "trust". When your work requires you to interact with a lot of web sites, that adds up. All good, EXCEPT that on a regular basis, NoScript simply "loses" those entries. My sites stop working, and I have to go in a do it again for each. Remember too that it's not a matter of "trust this site", as a great many have good and bad mixed together. I personally go to at least dozens of sites that involve 5-15 different scripting sites, and have to sort out on each which are good and which are necessary to get the data I need. So it's a lot of work, but worth it, as long as my work isn't randomly discarded. Fix this, it's 5 stars. With the problem, it's closer to a "necessary evil".
- от Andralon, 7 дней назадОценено на 3 из 5a script that is marked "trusted" on one page, is also trusted on every other page, which is the same as "trusted globally".
if "disable restrictions globally (dangerous)" is
"dangerous" (in the programmers opinion), why is the "trusted" not bound to the specific page?
- page A does work without script X
- page B doesn't work without script X
(e.g. doubleclick, googleanalytics, googlestatics)
why would i want to allow script X on page A?
- от Israel Mármol, 12 дней назадОценено на 1 из 5It does not remember trusted sites or authorisations granted so you have to disable the extension every single time you visit the same site you go to every day
Tiresome, boring and exhausting. Useless extension
- от Пользователь Firefox 16087053, 13 дней назадОценено на 5 из 5A fairly useful addon that can prevent sketchy sites from doing sketchy things. Now, most websites won't show images unless you enable JS for a few things, and some won't even allow you to use it unless Java Script is enabled, but for the most part, as long as you use it right, it would greatly help prevent sketchy scripts