And another Ubuntu convert!
shizzlecash at gmail.com
Sun Jan 25 04:25:37 UTC 2009
On Jan 24, 2009, at 4:21 PM, Rashkae wrote:
> Preston Kutzner wrote:
>> As a slight tangent to the original discussion:
>> While I don't use noscript to prevent infection vectors while
>> it is handy to keep ads and tracking scripts from running while I
>> web pages. Also, it is handy for sites like Linked-In where on
>> *minutes* to
>> load. It is also good for preventing those really annoying pop-
>> over ads
>> (the flash ones that FF's built-in popup blocking doesn't catch).
>> there are reasons for people to use such plug-ins. And as far as
>> annoyance is concerned, that's a relative argument. I'd rather put
>> with the "annoyance" of having to manually allow scripts for pages
>> to be bombarded with useless advertising and tracking scripts while
> For this purpose, I use 'yesscript'. it's the opposite of No script,
> that it uses a Blacklist to turn off scripts from annoying sites at
> click of an icon, but as a benefit, does not fark up your on-line
> when you are trasported to a payment processor that requires
> (as one example of many of ways that noscript can really mess you up.)
Interesting. I'll have to check it out. I know noscript has the
option to turn on scripts for all sites, but then turn off specific
scripts within pages.
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