jtsn last edited by
No, unfortunately not at this time.
But shortcuts for disabling JS are planned.
redmike last edited by
Good to hear, some sites just work better with it switched off.
Isildur last edited by
IMO, it would make sense to have a toggle button right next to the "Show Images" button.
hyperchaotic last edited by
While we wait for a button to be implemented; I installed "Script Blocker for Chrome", you can block/allow all scripts on a page in two clicks and there's site whitelist/blacklist. There's other similar extensions as well, I just picked one that's fast and easy to use.
schreck last edited by
do i get this right, there is still no button for one of the most important options there is???
Yes, there is no button to toggle JS.
Blackbird last edited by Blackbird
@schreck I currently use the ScriptSafe extension for this, though it's certainly a bit more cumbersome than a simple toolbar toggle button. Clicking the active ScriptSafe extension button in Vivaldi offers a Disable function which in turn, when clicked, offers a range of timers (including "forever") to be clicked, which must naturally be followed by a page reload. Re-enabling JS-blocking involves simply clicking the ScriptSafe button and merely clicking Enable. (Of course, none of this addresses the other various features of ScriptSafe that are not relevant for what you're asking). For me, the extension is still better than boring into the bowels of Vivaldi internal settings each time.
luetage last edited by
This would be a cool mod. But I have no idea how to do it