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Re: [Help-librejs] reporting

From: Loic J. Duros
Subject: Re: [Help-librejs] reporting
Date: Fri, 02 Aug 2013 09:41:23 -0400
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You can do ctrl-/ to show it again. Otherwise you can enable it again
from "View">"Toolbar">"Add on Bar"

Just a note, while you can see and click on the Whitelist buttons for
each script, the function that actually does the whitelisting isn't
fully implemented yet, so that won't work until a next iteration.

Coming soon though (depending how busy I am with my day job, of course)


Kuno Woudt <address@hidden> writes:

> Hello,
> On 08/01/2013 06:41 PM, Loic J. Duros wrote:
>> The next version of LibreJS, 5.0, actually gives you hints why a given
>> script was rejected. However it does not give away the line number, but
>> that's a definite improvement on figuring out why a script is flagged as
>> nontrivial.
>> There is a test version available here if you are curious:
>> It only works with a version of the Mozilla browser 22 or up, however.
> I've installed this.  When I opened a site for the first time there
> was a LibreJS icon in the bottom right of the browser, after clicking
> on it I could whitelist individual scripts and such.
> I don't normally want the status bar visible though, so I clicked the
> X on the left of it to close it.  And now I have no idea how I can
> show it again so I can interact with the librejs icon.  Any idea?
> Perhaps it's better to move the icon to the navigation toolbar where
> other such icons live?
> Thanks,
> Kuno Woudt

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