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Add forums to NoScript AMO page?

Post by Thrawn » Wed Jul 17, 2013 5:56 am

I notice that NoScript's page on addons.mozilla.org does not mention these forums.

Since so many people seem to have teething issues that we could help with, maybe the link should be added?
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Re: Add forums to NoScript AMO page?

Post by Giorgio Maone » Wed Jul 17, 2013 1:43 pm

All the contacts/support links were already listed under the "Developer's comments" section, which unfortunately got buried inside a drop-down in latest AMO iterations.
Therefore, I added FAQ + Forum at the bottom of the main description box.
Thanks for noticing.
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Re: Add forums to NoScript AMO page?

Post by Thrawn » Wed Jul 17, 2013 10:05 pm

Giorgio Maone wrote:All the contacts/support links were already listed under the "Developer's comments" section, which unfortunately got buried inside a drop-down in latest AMO iterations.
Therefore, I added FAQ + Forum at the bottom of the main description box.
Thanks for noticing.

You're welcome :)
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Re: Add forums to NoScript AMO page?

Post by Thrawn » Thu Aug 29, 2013 1:05 am

Should the AMO page also include a link to noscript.net/features?

As it stands, someone theoretically might click through, install NoScript because it sounds like it will make them safer, but still have very little idea of what it's actually going to do, and the FAQ doesn't really explain. The Features page provides quite a good introduction.
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