Blocking vs Disabling JavaScript

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Re: Blocking vs Disabling JavaScript

Post by John connor » 2019-04-01, 03:16

Goodydino wrote:YesScript still works. It makes a blacklist for sites that one does not want to use javascript.

But if the pref is removed, wouldn't that cause these add-ons not be able to work? That's my beef. I use an extension called JS Switch to achieve the ability to disables JS or enable it as I chose.

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Re: Blocking vs Disabling JavaScript

Post by New Tobin Paradigm » 2019-04-01, 05:53

We're not removing the preference. At least not in the short term.

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