NoScript Surrogates dead?

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NoScript Surrogates dead?

Postby dnolan » Fri Aug 31, 2018 5:30 pm

I have finally tried NoScript 10 and feels-sad-man.

But what I wanted to ask here is whether surrogates are gone for good or will they be re-introduced soon. And what are you guys using instead currently? I'm assuming that, like me, other advanced users had been using NoScript Surrogates to implement their own features.

Thanks.
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Re: NoScript Surrogates dead?

Postby barbaz » Fri Aug 31, 2018 5:43 pm

dnolan wrote:whether surrogates are gone for good or will they be re-introduced soon.

I think re-introducing surrogates is already planned, no known time frame yet.

dnolan wrote:And what are you guys using instead currently?

Well, I still use NoScript Classic on Waterfox. :P

If you need to use an up-to-date Firefox, depending on what type of surrogates you have, you might be able to implement some of them as Violentmonkey user scripts, or convert them into your own WebExtension as content scripts.

dnolan wrote: I'm assuming that, like me, other advanced users had been using NoScript Surrogates to implement their own features.

You assume correctly.
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