Re: Firefox to become adware? Reply #25 – 2015-08-30, 14:28:20 Quote from: Frenzie on 2015-08-29, 14:28:29Well, my keyboard.ini says this:- Shift + c for cookies- j for UserJS, Shift + j for JSThat's fine and fits the needs of most users.Nevertheless for some reason I prefer visible checkmarks/buttons showing me the state of these setting all the time.Quote from: Frenzie on 2015-08-29, 14:28:29Ever try F12 in Otter? Works just like in Opera. I have my checkmarks/buttons on Opera's addressbar. I assume Otter doesn't have them. Quote from: Frenzie on 2015-08-29, 14:28:29Anyway, from your short list Otter not only suffices, but actually surpasses Opera to fall more or less in line with K-Meleon and Firefox with FoxyProxy, while Vivaldi and Opera/Blink do not. And that's really more of an objective than a subjective fact, anyway. The list would be longer if I'd add all the Fx-forks since I assume that most extensions would work with them too.I made an exception with K-Meleon because even so it is based on FxESR it is the only one offering more features out of the box than Fx itself.Nice to hear good things about Otter. The more choices one has, the better.Quote from: Frenzie on 2015-08-29, 14:28:29Me, I think the idea of needing an extension like NoScript to switch off JS is a travesty.Indeed it is. However NoScript is not mandatory for that. In fact I don't use NoScript. There is also a very simple extention ( makes a shortcut to the pref and generates a button) for toggling JS.