[Bglug] browser with "noscript" capability
moralater9 at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 13:24:38 EDT 2021
So AKA, Netsurf in the future would be a great choice.
On 28/04/2021, Anthony Morassutti <moralater9 at gmail.com> wrote:
> NetSurf is great but still unfinished.
> CSS and HTML also still aren't great. But it's a browser that is
> really really lightweight, and supports noscript too.
> On 28/04/2021, Paul Widmer <pwidmer at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I use Brave quite a bit and have no complaints. But I don't selectively
>> Tor Browser.
>> -Regards, Paul
>> On 2021-04-28 1:00 p.m., Brad Rodriguez wrote:
>>> With the latest update, Pale Moon (my current browser, a Firefox fork)
>>> no longer works with NoScript. I rely upon NoScript to let me view most
>>> for certain trusted web sites.
>>> For other reasons, I don't want to switch to Firefox, so I'll pose the
>>> question: can anyone recommend a privacy-supporting browser that allows
>>> Right now I'm contemplating Opera, Brave, and Vivaldi. I'd be
>>> interested in user experiences with any of those. And, of course, open
>>> to other alternatives.
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> Elive Linux is in my and many others' opinion, the best distro ever!
> It is the distribution of the future, yet it is so lightweight that it
> revives the past. Check it out! elivecd.org
Elive Linux is in my and many others' opinion, the best distro ever!
It is the distribution of the future, yet it is so lightweight that it
revives the past. Check it out! elivecd.org
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