if i remember correctly,the last time i used a Tor browser,i had to click on an empty space on the toolbar and choose “Customize”, and then drag the Noscript icon to the tool bar.
(if you want it to be visible and interact with it)
but @Hanzel link do point to a very recent bug report,so it might be that.
Thanks, I thought that NoScript addon was “packaged” with Tor Browser. Its unclear what the dev meant by “we” in “URL we use for downloading noscript” but Tor browser may only package “settings” for the addons and not addons themselves??
Wonder how the URL for HTTPS Everywhere addon got updated, that one works fine.
Another instance of Tor Browser that I run is supposedly up-to-date and has NoScript.
NoScript has had a slightly more minimalist look today. The options itself could still look better, but not complaining.
The Block Cloudflare MITM Attack addon is now available from Mozilla too which is good. It could use some work to eliminate any possible fingerprinting issues though. Adding an alert border to websites is a no-no because borders change the size of div which can be reported via CSS, and I’m not sure dropping the connection immediately at the first sighting of the cf-ray in the response header is good behavior.