Please add an "Enable/Disable Context Menu" item on tha NoScript Tray Icon (inside Firefox Window)
If you're speaking of right-clicking on a page, and seeing NS in the context menu along with all of the other items there, can't you just ignore it?
Is it really that obtrusive?
If so, NoScript Options > Appearance > uncheck (Show) Contextual Menu.
Four clicks. Presumably, forever. No restart required.
But reversible just as easily.
DJwa163 wrote:Enable NoScript is the same as "Normal Mode"
But, Disable NoScript is not the same as "Enable Scripts Globally", rather it means temporary/user-specified suspension of all NoScript Functionalities (All sorts of Script-blocking)
I'm afraid that you are gravely mistaken.
Disabling "all NoScript Functionalities" is FAR more that "All sorts of script-blocking".
It disables many vital security functions that still exist
in "Scripts Globally Allowed" mode. Read the NoScript FAQ
, but to name a few:
Selective blocking of plug-ins (Java, Silverlight, Flash, and many others).
Cross-site scripting protection. XSS FAQ
Clickjacking protection. ClearClick FAQ
ABE prevention of access to your local resources by nasty web sites.
If someone chooses to disable all of this, then IMHO it should be by a *very* conscious decision, requiring affirmative user action such as a restart.
(But why would you want to do this, even if you choose to allow scripts globally?)
My fear is that there may be many others with the same misconception as yours, who might casually click or tap on something, not realizing that they have just given up many other priceless protections beyond mere script-blocking.
I stand opposed to this request.