How does it handle scripts and Java? My son tells me No Scripts is good but it seems I need Java to run certain live streaming apps and videos.
I’m having trouble running streaming video with it on my Linux Mint machine. I was considering going back to an earlier version.
I don't see advertising unless I want to. NoScript can be turned off/on per site with two clicks (one to pull up the menu, one to toggle the setting).
I don't get any pop-ups, advertising, anything except the site content. Google can't track me, nor can doubleclick.
It makes for a very clean surfing experience.
NoScript will let you enable Java if you want to run it.
With FF12, I notice a pop up about scripting errors on certain websites. I am not sure whether the problem is FF or Java or Adobe Flash.
www.nhl.com is one website where the scripting error occurs.
In previous versions of FF and IE, one could select to ignore such errors. That feature does not work in FF12.