"Allow all this page" and "ABE Scripts" are gone

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"Allow all this page" and "ABE Scripts" are gone

Post by vldgrdv » Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:07 pm

I just updated to the new Noscript 10 for Firefox 57 Quantum and noticed that "Allow all this page" and "Temporary allow all this page" are gone.
ABE Scripts has been removed either.
Is there any settings for them?
These were the options that allowed me to comfortably use Noscript, without these options Noscript is loosing a lot off functionality.
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Re: "Allow all this page" and "ABE Scripts" are gone

Post by barbaz » Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:11 pm

That stuff hasn't been ported over yet.
*Always* check the changelogs BEFORE updating that important software!
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Re: "Allow all this page" and "ABE Scripts" are gone

Post by Guest » Tue Nov 21, 2017 11:17 pm

Without the Temp/Allow All i can't survive - but also the ability to simply middle click over the NS button to quickly use Temp Allow All, that's a big time saver. I'm going to have to not use NS until those can be put back :\
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Re: "Allow all this page" and "ABE Scripts" are gone

Post by bob » Wed Nov 22, 2017 4:09 pm

I'm with you. This update is awful. I want to watch media content and have to figure out which of the 17 scripts is the media plugin?

No.

No Script has been useful until now. Time to disable until somebody understands how poorly designed this new update is.
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Re: "Allow all this page" and "ABE Scripts" are gone

Post by bjm » Wed Nov 22, 2017 5:35 pm

barbaz wrote:That stuff hasn't been ported over yet.
Will "Cascade top documents permissions to 3rd party scripts" be ported over?
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Re: "Allow all this page" and "ABE Scripts" are gone

Post by barbaz » Wed Nov 22, 2017 5:38 pm

bjm wrote:Will "Cascade top documents permissions to 3rd party scripts" be ported over?
Yes, but that cannot be done until Firefox 58.
*Always* check the changelogs BEFORE updating that important software!
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Re: "Allow all this page" and "ABE Scripts" are gone

Post by Thrawn » Wed Nov 22, 2017 9:51 pm

bob wrote: No Script has been useful until now. Time to disable until somebody understands how poorly designed this new update is.
Giorgio is working on it, but unfortunately the old GUI is no longer possible in Firefox 57+. It's Mozilla's decision, not Giorgio's.
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Re: "Allow all this page" and "ABE Scripts" are gone

Post by PhysikusGER » Sat Feb 09, 2019 2:17 pm

barbaz wrote:
Wed Nov 22, 2017 5:38 pm
bjm wrote:Will "Cascade top documents permissions to 3rd party scripts" be ported over?
Yes, but that cannot be done until Firefox 58.
Picking this up as I searched the forums for "cascade" and found this fitting.

I do NOT want to put any pressure on the developer, but might I merely ask if by now there is any way to reproduce the "Cascade top document's permissions to 3rd party scripts" option of the classic NoScript?
Or if not, whether that feature is still planned to be ported over at some point?

I was so pleased after I enabled this setting in NS Classic years ago and am really missing it now. Personally I prefer that behaviour considerably, and while I could agree if someone said that the default behaviour provided a bit more security and privacy, I still can "untrust" 3rd party domains I do not trust or want, while having a lot less hassle AND being protected nevertheless when e.g. web-searching through unknown sites.
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