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I don't know what you're talking about... I installed NoScript earlier, actually... Works fine...
I just have those, and I feel like it's too much... probably gonna ditch NoScript and/or HTTPS Everywhere soon... I'm not really seeing the point of NoScript so far, besides pages not loading properly...
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Not all sites are particular about the advertisers they get paid to let run ads either, and they can be a vehicle for adware and malware. At any rate, I don't allow JS to run globally and if I have to fiddle around with allowing scripts to run till a site displays properly that's not too high a price to pay IMO, or something I have a problem doing.
HTTPS Everywhere should be self-explanatory and something you'd want.
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Oh look! I enabled scripting and won a prize!!! Last time it wanted to update Flash for me. Wait... I don't have Flash installed, or run Windows. Hmmm...
Yes, it can be a pain to learn to use, and you may have to enable more than 1 script before you find the script that's needed for the site to operate properly. Once you have the regular sites you visit set up it's not so bad. I have to enable scripting for ajax.googleapis.com every time I visit a site I frequent, but I would rather do that than let it run on every site that has it.
Go to one of the news sites and see how many scripts want to run.