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Re: TorBrowser's NoScript is breaking other addon

Post by MacLover » Sat Jan 27, 2018 4:09 am

You know, I really liked your add-on. I really do.

I was hoping you apologize first, like "I'm sorry for breaking other add-ons" or "I'm sorry to hear that" and ask for more info.
Instead you chose to cry out loud; "Why are you doing this".

This is a big minus and I won't give you 5 star for now.
I am working as Software support team and my rule: accept bugs, apologize before making any excuses.
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Re: TorBrowser's NoScript is breaking other addon

Post by barbaz » Sat Jan 27, 2018 4:22 am

MacLover wrote:Hillarious.

If only if you scroll down a bit, you should realize this is YOUR problem.

It's a Tor Browser issue, why are you doing this?

This is not even a NoScript bug, but a Tor Browser one, see
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/to ... #comment:2

And it's been reported less than 3 days ago, what's exactly your standard for bug fixing times in a project like Tor?
MacLover, where did you see that quote?
*Always* check the changelogs BEFORE updating that important software!
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MacLover

Re: TorBrowser's NoScript is breaking other addon

Post by MacLover » Sat Jan 27, 2018 4:27 am

barbaz wrote:
MacLover wrote:Hillarious.

If only if you scroll down a bit, you should realize this is YOUR problem.

It's a Tor Browser issue, why are you doing this?

This is not even a NoScript bug, but a Tor Browser one, see
https://trac.torproject.org/projects/to ... #comment:2

And it's been reported less than 3 days ago, what's exactly your standard for bug fixing times in a project like Tor?
MacLover, where did you see that quote?
Hi barbaz. Here...
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefo ... t/reviews/
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Re: TorBrowser's NoScript is breaking other addon

Post by barbaz » Sat Jan 27, 2018 4:32 am

Thanks. I've added the source link to your post so that people know you're quoting Giorgio.
*Always* check the changelogs BEFORE updating that important software!
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Re: TorBrowser's NoScript is breaking other addon

Post by Giorgio Maone » Sat Jan 27, 2018 10:52 pm

MacLover wrote:I am working as Software support team and my rule: accept bugs, apologize before making any excuses.
If you really do, I suppose you accept only bugs which are your own.
And you don't consider correct practice abusing a review system in order to blackmail developers into hurrying up fixing bugs that are not even their own to fix, in days.
Anyway, hilarious (English is not my first language, so I can only guess spelling this word with two Ls is some kind of funny Trumpite joke, is it?)
If you only scroll to the very bottom, you'll find this was NOT my problem, and notwithstanding this (and your bad manners) I've just provided a diagnosis, a fix and a temporary work-around.
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Re: TorBrowser's NoScript is breaking other addon

Post by MacLover » Sat Jan 27, 2018 11:52 pm

Re: TorBrowser's NoScript is breaking other addon

Postby Giorgio Maone » Sat Jan 27, 2018 10:52 pm

MacLover wrote:
I am working as Software support team and my rule: accept bugs, apologize before making any excuses.


If you really do, I suppose you accept only bugs which are your own.
And you don't consider correct practice abusing a review system in order to blackmail developers into hurrying up fixing bugs that are not even their own to fix, in days.
Anyway, hilarious (English is not my first language, so I can only guess spelling this word with two Ls is some kind of funny Trumpite joke, is it?)
If you only scroll to the very bottom, you'll find this was NOT my problem, and notwithstanding this (and your bad manners) I've just provided a diagnosis, a fix and a temporary work-around.

Before:
It's a Tor Browser issue, why are you doing this?

After:
you'll find this was NOT my problem, and notwithstanding this (and your bad manners) I've just provided a diagnosis, a fix and a temporary work-around.

See, you're improving a little.

And you called me 7 times. An famous add-on NoScript developer is attacking innocent loyal user.
I wish I could vote 0 star on that issue. You're still attacking instead of apologize.

What do you feel if I broke your browser? You did same thing to me.
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Re: TorBrowser's NoScript is breaking other addon

Post by barbaz » Sun Jan 28, 2018 12:04 am

MacLover wrote:What do you feel if I broke your browser? You did same thing to me.
If the local teenage hooligan deflates your car's tires, would you complain to the tire manufacturer that their tires broke your car?
*Always* check the changelogs BEFORE updating that important software!
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