Thanks Sara, Yes, I did. The problem was that I have 3 profiles active in FF. You have to install extensions in every one indeppendently, so I presumed it would be the same for uninstalling. But, at least for NoScript, this is not the case. You uninstall it from a given profile and you dont have it available in that profile, but if it is installed in another profile, some of it is still there and this behavior was due to that "some". After unistalling NoScript from ALL profiles, everything is OK. I posted this information in the NoScript forum. Don't know if it is a bug or something known. Alberto At 19:13 05/01/2011, you wrote: > > It is NoScript. > > > > I tried before just disabling it, but this action alone did not work. > > Now I understand why. Using safemode everything works fine. > > > > Disabling didn't work. Unintalling didn't work... I had to uninstall > > NoScript from ALL the different profiles I had in FF. > > There must be somethig wrong in NoScript. Quite unfortunate, because I > > like it in general. > > > > Do you know if it is possible to eliminate just this feature in > > NoScript? or any alternative to NoScript? > >Did you disabled the add-on *and* restart Firefox? I know it seems >obvious, but you never know what someone might miss :) > >-- >sarah adams >web developer & programmer >http://sarah.designshift.com >-- > >* * Please support the community that supports you. * * >http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ > >For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester >and archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org >Workers of the Web, evolt !