how to either block or allow specific scripts in version 96.0
Some time ago (a few years), when Firefox stopped using multiple add-ons for a very customized user experience, I switched to using Sea Monkey, where, like with the very old Firefox, I loved using the NoScript add-on. But now SM seems to have dropped so far behind in development, many website would not work. So now I've had to come back to the mainstream Firefox.
But without NoScript, I can't figure out how to handle specific scripts. Isn't there some way to do that with version 96.0?
I see in the settings where it looks like I can block pretty much everything that comes along. In that case, I might need to allow specific scripts for some sites. Or conversely, I could allow most scripts, but then I can't find any way to block only certain specific scripts.
Is there some way to handle specific scripts with versison 96.0? If it matters, I'm still using Windows 7.
Thank you very much.
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And why can't you install NoScript?
I thought Firefox stopped using add-ons, some years ago. So I never even tried. That's why I switched to SeaMonkey for the last few years, so I could have the add-ons I wanted.
I guess I will look into it.
Firefox still supports a very rich add-ons ecosystem including NoScript.