dontwanttosoundungrateful wrote:The new GUI is on par with uMatrix now.
It is temporary, playing catch-up with the Firefox roll-out.
Please i need help, if i browse a website for the first time and i want to allow scripts, i want it to be temporary, without noscript creating an permanent entry in the list.
There has always been an entry in the list for temporary sites. NS simply didn't show you that in some places. If the site is marked temporary-Trusted, that entry is not permanent.
Up until yesterday there was this clock symbol and it looked like it was "temporary" by default.
But now the clock symbol seems to have moved from the right to the left side and i seem to be unabled to even click it. It seems like every single website that i allow is permanently allowed.
I am not seeing a change here. The clock is on the right. It starts out small/dim, which is a permanent setting (as in, the clock is disabled).
Also, in the "settings" page (that offers no settings whatsoever) i miss a simple delete button, a delete button that just removes entries. Without having to set them to disallow or allow.
I just want to quickly remove old entries without a trace, how would i do that?
Set them to Default and refresh the page.
I really hope that this is a rushed core version and we will see something that looks remotely as good as the old noscript in the near future.
I'm not following Giorgio's blog, but others who reference it say this is just the start. Features will be coming back, though some may be redesigned.
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