[Bglug] browser with "noscript" capability

remi at georgianit.com remi at georgianit.com
Wed Apr 28 14:37:08 EDT 2021

Ublock Origin lets you control Javascript on a per site basis, and can be set to disabled by default.. That should be both 
your requirements in one and is available for Pale Moon.

I can't really think what your issues with Firefox that would make Opera or Brave a preferred alternative.  (And believe me, I'm not fan of Mozzila .. is that still a foundation?  Well, whatever it is.)

On Wed, Apr 28, 2021, at 1:00 PM, 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
> web pages with Javascript disabled, while allowing me to "whitelist" it
> 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
> selective control of Javascript?  An ad-blocker is also important.
> 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.
> Thanks,
> Brad
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