wingding wrote:I have succeeded in getting a .jpg capture of the NoScript rotating vector animation. As a matter of fact, the capture contains 2 rotating vector animations, although they are stationary and not rotating in the .jpg capture. I will gladly provide this .jpg screen shot if I can figure out how to do so. So far I have found the following: 1) I cannot include the .jpg file as a [img] because for this to work it needs to be at a publicly available website, whereas it is currently on my hard drive. 2) I cannot include it as an attachment because I find no option on this page to do so. And, 3) I have not been able to register as a user, apparently because an administrator has decided to reject my @gmail.com email address.
Also, I appreciate your efforts and suggestions to help me, regardless of whatever belittling comments you feel you must make. Thus far, I have tried all suggestions you have provided in the above reply and have found none of them to work. If I can find any solution to this problem, I will gladly let you know. As another piece of information, these NoScript rotating vector animations show up on the www.cnn.com website when I have NoScript enabled.
therube wrote:It's not really anything that NoScript is doing per se.
wingding wrote:Okay, maybe we can finally make some progress here. So, while these annoying spinners (formerly known as rotating vector animations) are brought on by my use of NoScript, they are in fact due to the web site and are not a NoScript element. To me that sounds like very good news because NoScript is so effective at blocking annoyances from web sites. Can you please tell me how to configure NoScript to block these annoying spinners?
mjh563 wrote:I'm not sure if you can block them using NoScript, as it's not really designed to block specific page content. But there may be a way that I don't know about.
You could do it using Adblock Plus if you have that installed, by adding this custom filter rule:
If you don't know how to do that, I would suggest asking for further advice on ABP's support forum:
Hope that helps.
Guest wrote:@ wingding.
go to ns options-advanced-abe,& type:
NOTE:THIS WILL NOT WORK ON "BACKGROUND IMAGES."(ff problem,& has nothing to do with ns.)
ns was not meant to be used this way!so,don't bother asking Giorgio.
he is not going to waste his time coding this.
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