kirby wrote:Here is one page that has lost all capability.
That page is a memory hog when displayed, anyway, so having excess scripts running made it one that could use NoScript limiting to reduce overhead.
The widget buttons fail to advance/rollback the time frame, the columns that should show (but don't) when you click on the dates or times to see the next or previous time slots, clicking on a show fails to display the description, so basically all of the click-ability is gone on this one, for sure, that was there earlier.
kirby wrote:Another computer I tried (later firefox 9.0 version) that I added (don't think it was on there, yet) the same newest noscript to this afternoon fails to display any sign of having it installed, such as no yellow bar or slashed "S", options button etc., even after a re-start.
GµårÐïåñ wrote:Try clean profile with NS only. If you still have issue then let us know, if not then go back to standard diagnostics and find out who your culprit is, chances are you have an extension conflict. And ALWAYS when encountering a "new issue", install the latest dev built so to ensure it hasn't already been addressed.
Already did, almost three years ago, soon after this forum opened.GµårÐïåñ wrote:@Tom, you think you can draw up a standard template for reporting problems so we get the full picture without having to go back an forth like pulling teeth?
See http://noscript.net/feed?c=200&t=a or http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/addons/722/Kirby wrote:Trouble is, there is not an obvious "rollback" availability, so I decided to ask. So far, it looks like nobody knows of or will admit to there being such a possibility, so if not, no big deal. Too bad, because that would have been a simple thing to do to prove or disprove the point.
Tom T. wrote:Already did, almost three years ago, soon after this forum opened.
Forum Rules #11 -- which, of course, you strongly supported in the pre-approval team discussion.
So, I don't think that re-posting them anywhere else will get any more users to read them.
Kirby wrote:So, if I understand correctly, some might need to know what exact version of what parts of each software I have in order to make a decision about the problem.
Of all the responses so far, I have not had any hint of where that list of archived versions might be found or even how to locate those 2 famous batches mentioned.
If they are a secret, you not mentioning them might make sense, but to claim that they are not secret but leave the mentioning to someone else strikes me as stating that there is a solution, but I'm not going to mention what it is. Good Luck.
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