Firefox 3.5.2 and Noscript 1.9.7.9

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  1. ThunderZ

    ThunderZ Registered Member

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    Any one having trouble with current vers. of Noscript and Firefox.

    Half the options I have selected to show up in tray icon right-click menu are grayed out or do not show up at all.
     
  2. Kerodo

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    No troubles here, but I am using 1.9.7.7....
     
  3. ThunderZ

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    Going to try rolling back a to 1.9.7.7

    Will let you know if that solves it.

    Thanks.
     
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    That did`t help.

    Do`t know if going backwards another vers. would help. Doubt it.

    Just curious what broke what FF or Noscript.
     
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    No clue. Not sure if you've seen it but the dev has a procedure for anomalies similar to this:

    Sometimes a NoScript user will report problems like missing icons/menus, broken permissions and so on. That never happens to most users, but if you run across a problem like this, update NoScript to the most recent development build at http://noscript.net/getit#devel and try these steps, in order, until NoScript is working right again.

    1) The NoScript settings became messed up somehow. Reset the NoScript Options by pressing Reset at the bottom of the Options dialog. Export your whitelist before doing that if you've added any trusted or untrusted sites you'd like to restore after NoScript is working again.

    2) The extensions database is corrupted. Exit Firefox, delete the files mentioned here in this linked article, restart Firefox. Uncorrupted versions of the files will be automatically regenerated. Corrupt_extension_files

    3) There might be an extension conflict. Use the Add-ons manager to temporarily disable any other Firefox extensions you have installed, except for NoScript.

    4) Perform a Standard Diagnostic. If NoScript isn't working by the time you get to the "Create a new profile" step, a new profile with no other extensions besides NoScript should work right.



    http://forums.informaction.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=1431
     
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    Thanks prius04.

    Guess it is time to do some trouble shooting with help from the provided link.
     
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    Well, that was easy enough. Updated back to 1.9.7.9 did the reset. All is well.

    Thanks again Prius04. :D
     
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