A Walk in the Woods

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Released in 2015, boasting two old sex symbols like that? Must have been a significant rock overlying my subterranean residence back then. What's the deal with Kirsten Schaal and Mary Steenburgen being in the same flick? Ah, surely made before "Last Man On Earth", so it's instead a vice-versa faux coincidence.

Quote:This was funny. Nick Nolte was hilarious. Pantyologist.


Definitely! Finally got it to work, forgot the JS switch addon on Firefox was off.

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(Mar 21, 2019 11:09 PM)C C Wrote: Definitely! Finally got it to work, forgot the JS switch addon on Firefox was off.

You might try YesScript, as it remembers which sites you disabled javascript on, instead of always manually enabling/disabling with JS switch (although I still have that installed too).
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Syne Wrote:You might try YesScript, as it remembers which sites you disabled javascript on, instead of always manually enabling/disabling with JS switch (although I still have that installed too).
I'm impressed. [what is he talking about?]. Can we approach when and why I should disable javascript as a precursor to how I might be able to enable or disable it?

That aside I really liked the trailer. The camera loves Emma Thompson and Robert Redford. I am reminded that if you're going to do something really stupid before you die you have to do it before you die. I find that you have to be quite clever to sort the really stupid options from the boring ones. Time passes...

#javascript #catharsis #epiphany
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(Mar 22, 2019 02:03 AM)confused2 Wrote:
Syne Wrote:You might try YesScript, as it remembers which sites you disabled javascript on, instead of always manually enabling/disabling with JS switch (although I still have that installed too).

I'm impressed. [what is he talking about?]. Can we approach when and why I should disable javascript as a precursor to how I might be able to enable or disable it?


Disabling javascript on some sites via an easy toggle switch or automatic extension that does that eliminates much of the annoying garbage they're littered with (faster downloading). Not needed for Scivillage, but one can forget it's disabled. Also could make it more difficult for malware to invade from infected websites.

If you have a different browser than Firefox (like Chrome, Opera, or Vivaldi), let me know and I can show you where to find these types of extensions for it. I doubt that one is available for Edge.

I'm uncertain what's going on with the original YesScript (maybe it still works on pre-Quantum era versions of Firefox). Here's the #2 version which I'm purely guessing is for post-Quantum Firefox: https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox...esscript2/

Here's a general list of Firefox javascript extensions. The one I use is apparently this one -- not because it's the best, but just what I settled on somewhere in the past for my needs. It has a whitelist in its Options for the sites you want javascript activated on (plus a blacklist that does the opposite).

I reflexively wrote in that former post that the browser was Firefox (my usual), but it was actually the Opera browser on a different computer in another office, that the same JS extension was installed on. I've never pasted my whitelist sites in it and thus why javascript was disabled on Scivillage and presumably everywhere else. I installed Opera on that computer specifically because I knew (or hoped) no one else would use Opera, which seems to be the case. (Personally, if there was no Firefox I would be using Opera because of its built-in VPN. Vivaldi would be third. Both of the latter are chromium-based browsers, but minus the level of data harvesting that Google collects from users of its Chrome browser. Or so the story goes with regard to the former two... Ha.)

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