Really don't care for new button layout.

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Lonny Eachus
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Really don't care for new button layout.

Post by Lonny Eachus » Sat Nov 25, 2017 12:40 am

For most sites, I use "temporarily allow" all the time. Except for a few really trusted sites, this is the way I normally operate.

I really DO NOT like having to click twice in order to "temporarily allow". This messes up my whole workflow and now it takes me twice as long to enable the scripts I want... all day.

A separate button for "temporarily allow" would be FAR better.
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Re: Really don't care for new button layout.

Post by barbaz » Sat Nov 25, 2017 1:03 am


Moving to NoScript Development.
*Always* check the changelogs BEFORE updating that important software!

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Re: Really don't care for new button layout.

Post by oldmoz » Sat Nov 25, 2017 6:27 am

Although it appears that the https permissions as set up now will mean some kind of explicit relaxation is needed for that to run smoothly.
I've never worked on the client side to filter http out of a site - rather have chosen to trust individual webmasters (a tiny list of 3!) and not use any other sites for critical stuff. Hence have never configured those https options.

So I'd like to expand this to an RFI:
Provide a single on-the-fly keystroke or clickable object to trust a main site to run scripts in relaxed (http) mode for the current session only.
That would deal with more than 90percent of my daily browsing.
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