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  • #31
    Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
    I'm open to alternative browsers, but in this Orwellian world, they have to come with the important extensions from firefox.

    And that is the killer feature of FF, always has been. It's hard to switch after you get used to NoScript, CS Lite, Ghostery, Secret Agent and the like.
    On their TODO list is this:
    - extensions (Firefox and Chrome APIs support)

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    • #32
      Originally posted by pingufunkybeat View Post
      I'm open to alternative browsers, but in this Orwellian world, they have to come with the important extensions from firefox.

      And that is the killer feature of FF, always has been. It's hard to switch after you get used to NoScript, CS Lite, Ghostery, Secret Agent and the like.
      Per-site JS is part of Opera's per-site settings since at least version 9.
      Cookie control of CS Lite doesn't seem more flexible than Opera's, it just has different UI (the toolbar button).
      Ghostery seems to be a blocklist (supported) plus some cookie read prevention (missing).
      Secret Agent spoofs many values.

      More than half of that is already targeted by Otter, being Opera features. Why use addons if the functionality is available natively?

      For your spoofing needs, stay tuned to this phoronix channel, at this phoronix time.

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