About QuickJava

QuickJava is a Firefox extension that allows you to easily enable/disable Java, JavaScript, Images, Flash and more directly from the toolbar and/or status bar! (Need help?)
NOTE: QuickJava will become obsolete with the release of FF version 57 and above and will no longer be updated. Please see this thread for additional information.

Sunday, December 31, 2006

About the QuickJava Plugin

QuickJava is a Firefox plugin that allows you to easily enable/disable the Java and Javascript from the toolbar. Two icons are placed in the toolbar, click on them to toggle the state. If you right click either icon it will update both icons.

The QuickJava plugin can be found here.

Version History:
0.5 - FF 3.6 Update by xxhatred
0.4 - Middle-click either icon to toggle both preferences.
0.3 - Automatic update of icon even when preference is changed elsewhere.
0.2 - Added graphics, other minor tweaks.
0.1 - First version: Internal version only

This is my first plugin and I'm still getting a feel for how to do everything.

Please feel free to comment and post requests.

Plugin Developed By: Doug Greene
Graphics Developed By: Kate Tarvin and Doug Greene

(Yes the date on this "blog" entry is way into the future, to keep it up top)

Features Requested:

Enabled/Disable both at the same time on left click.
Option to place buttons on toolbar instead.
Block flash

A request: right clicking on the JS button would bring up the Advanced JavaScript Options dialog found in the Web Features menu.

Another request: Automatically reload affected pages when permissions change

Please leave comments for feature requests here to be considered.

Thanks for all of your input (good or bad).


(Yes the date on this "blog" entry is way into the future, to keep it up top)