NoScript extension for Firefox

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  1. ronjor

    ronjor Global Moderator

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    Very nice extension. It seems to speed up browsing also.

    NoScript
     
  2. gottadoit

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    Ron,
    Excellent, something I had been hoping that someone would produce

    Hopefully this will develop or someone will take up the idea and do the same for flash and java as well even better if the whole lot is integrated with something like the PrefBar extension so its easy to turn things on (for those rare times when you want the banner ads)
     
  3. dog

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    I'm loving it too ... It's very nice and has a nice option set. Can be config'd thru the status bar, context menu, extensions, and/or the popup bar if you have it enabled (the first thing I nuked ;))

    *puppy*
     
  4. squash

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    I already mentioned this extensions in a thread I already started but, yes, it is indeed a nice extension.
     
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    I've just started using this extension since I cannot turn javascript completely off because of the websites that I frequently visit. However, I noticed I have to keep a close watch on the javascript alerts, because sometimes I visit a site that has important javascript-baed menus, which I would not see unless I allow javascript for that site. But all-in-all, it is a terrific security/privacy program to have running, if a user, such as myself, cannot turn javacript completely off.

    Rich
     
  8. ErikAlbert

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    I concur. I'm also using Noscript and Adblock.
    Firefox has a brilliant and practical design in many ways.

    But I'm not going to praise Firefox into heaven, because I don't want to hurt Bill Gates' feelings again. :)
     
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    Linky does not seem to work for me. :'(
     
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    Thanks Ron. That one worked. But when I clicked on download it now and it took me to here for some reason the page kept coming up blank.

    After trying it a few times I just finally got there. Very strange indeed.
     
  12. Trooper

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    Sorry for the double post but thanks much Ron. This extension rox! :D :cool:
     
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