What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

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Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by Luminous » Tue Dec 19, 2017 2:27 pm

thanks for the explanation

Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by Pansa » Tue Dec 19, 2017 1:19 pm

Luminous wrote:I just saw the entries in the screenshot are doubled
There are two entries per script source, because you get to decide whether you want to make a rule for it and everything below it (...site), or just exactly the specific url (http(s)://site.

If you make a rule for ...google.com ist includes https://whatever.google.com.
If you make a rule for https://www.google.com it ONLY makes a rule for that specifically.

Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by Luminous » Tue Dec 19, 2017 9:04 am

I just saw the entries in the screenshot are doubled

Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by bo elam » Mon Dec 18, 2017 10:13 pm

Guest, perhaps you should upgrade to 10.1.6.

Bo

Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by barbaz » Mon Dec 18, 2017 8:08 pm

Guest, what version of NoScript are you using?

Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by Guest » Mon Dec 18, 2017 5:35 pm

Hey all,
I too have an annoying thing happening (If others are not having this issue I will screen shot what I'm seeing)...Im using it on the latest firefox update.
When I click the icon in the top right hand the drop down is heavily zoomed! I have to literally scroll down/left to see all the text.

Is anyone else having an issue with this? I tried to play with settings and such but not getting any options to fix this. I AM however running using Mullvard VPN but I doubt this has anything to do with that as it was happening before I installed it.

Can anyone confirm or replicate this issue? Thanks!

Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by Luminous » Mon Dec 18, 2017 2:40 pm

the screenshot shows another small issue of the new noscript. the cloudfront stuff takes a lot of space. it should be easier to trust all or show only one entry.

and the entries beginning with "..." are looking like something is missing or not shown. like scrolling to the left to see the left part of the text.

Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by Tomatix » Sun Dec 17, 2017 7:32 pm

Luminous wrote:
8-bit wrote:Hope that clears up a few things for you. Again, PLEASE provide me with a site where cloudfront.net is giving you problems, It's the only way I can test.
it is amazon prime video
Do the cloudfront addresses always change for every video or is it a set of addresses that stays essentially the same on amazon prime video?
Tomate wrote: Then in my opinion all that's needed is some explanation:
* that rules for anything higher than base domains are forbidden
and
* that base domains are the highlighted part in address bar
The bold URL part in the picture is the base domain.
https://forums.informaction.com/viewtop ... =15#p93703
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Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by Luminous » Sun Dec 17, 2017 3:36 pm

8-bit wrote:Hope that clears up a few things for you. Again, PLEASE provide me with a site where cloudfront.net is giving you problems, It's the only way I can test.
it is amazon prime video

Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by barbaz » Sun Dec 17, 2017 3:06 pm

Luminous wrote:2) I don't know how i can allow cloudfront.net globally, because "*" doesn't work in the filter list
https://forums.informaction.com/viewtop ... =7&t=24023

Re: What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by 8-bit » Sun Dec 17, 2017 12:24 pm

Luminous wrote:What really annoys me on the new noscript is:
1) I have to click every allowance twice (first click on trust, second click to remove the clock symbol). It is not clear even for long-term-users that every allowance is firstly temporally.
2) I don't know how i can allow cloudfront.net globally, because "*" doesn't work in the filter list
3) I have to open firefox addons to enter the settings of noscript
4) it was nice to always disallow sites and hide them with the old noscript

I hope you can improve noscript at this points, because it is one of the very best addons all time. :)
1) It's either that, or clicking twice for it to be temporary. I like the default as temporary, but I do wish there was another button for temp allow.
2) Please give me a site I can test this on. There have been other threads on this, and for some reason people don't want to give me a URL to try to repro, threfore, I can give no answer. DO NOT use * when adding to the filter list - it is improper syntax. Just type the name of the site "cloudfront.net" wth NO * prefix.
3) If you click on the NS icon in the tool bar, there is a NS icon with a wrench, you can get to the preferences right from there.
4) When you mark a site as untrusted and refresh the page - all subdomains go hidden. This can shorten the list considerably in most cases.

Hope that clears up a few things for you. Again, PLEASE provide me with a site where cloudfront.net is giving you problems, It's the only way I can test.

What really annoys me on the new noscript for firefox 57

by Luminous » Sun Dec 17, 2017 10:51 am

What really annoys me on the new noscript is:
1) I have to click every allowance twice (first click on trust, second click to remove the clock symbol). It is not clear even for long-term-users that every allowance is firstly temporally.
2) I don't know how i can allow cloudfront.net globally, because "*" doesn't work in the filter list
3) I have to open firefox addons to enter the settings of noscript
4) it was nice to always disallow sites and hide them with the old noscript

I hope you can improve noscript at this points, because it is one of the very best addons all time. :)

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