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  1. #1 Alan Baxter says:

    Hi, Giorgio. Found out about your blog from a post in one of the Firefox Adblock Plus forums. Ah, I see now that you added hackademix.net to your MozillaZine forums sig. Scrolling your blog is terribly slow on a clean Firefox 2.0.0.6 profile in safe-mode. I know I only have a poor 600MHz PIII processor, but this is terrible. I don’t have this problem on any other web site. Wait, I think I ran into something like this a couple of years ago when someone’s blog had a background with some fancy effect. I forget what it was. Is that what’s causing the problem. Hope this helps.

    Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.8.1.6) Gecko/20070725 Firefox/2.0.0.6

  2. #2 jbirch says:

    I am thankful for the added security, browsing confidence, & lack of adverts, that NoScript provides. Is it reasonable for me to aspire to a web where the websites announce their 3rd party scripts, so I don’t have to tentatively guess which of the (sometimes dozens of) script domains to enable to allow the site to function properly?
    I have noticed some sites do give credit, with a logo or even description of their 3rd party scripts, but most do not.
    It would be helpful if there were a standard explanatory / suggestion paragraph, that I (all browsers) could offer to encourage and educate webmasters tactfully and effectively, to make web browsing safer, by making it easier to navigate with NoScript engaged. Perhaps you could improve on the following awkward attempt:
    “Dear Webmaster,
    I use NoScript to make my browsing experience safer, but at your site I encountered at least one uncredited, unannounced, unexpected, or possibly malevolent script trying to run on my machine. Could you please clarify (preferably on your site) how it(each) improves the experience of your site, or that I was correct to protect against the unauthorized/invasive script(s) I encountered.
    Your (soon to re-try) visitor.”

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