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You are quite welcome tye. I thought myself that the options were too specific. It was difficult choosing because of lovely browsers such as Opera/Mozilla that allow you to pick specific options to enable/disable.

It is disturbing to see that most people are running around with it turned on :| Myself, I am now back to using IE (as I have reinstalled my windowsx xp home), which only allows enable/disable as one option. I'll be installing Opera soon of course. But for the moment, my answer is to disable it unless it is needed. Which then requires a very simple sequence to enable/disable it {sigh}:

Disable JavaScript:
alt+t, alt+o, shift+tab, right arrow, alt+c, END key, PAGE UP, (up arrow) x 4, spacebar, ENTER, y, ENTER, ctrl+r

Enable Javascript:
alt+t, alt+o, shift+tab, right arrow, alt+c, END key, PAGE UP, (up arrow) x 3, spacebar, ENTER, y, ENTER, ctrl+r


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In reply to Re^2: I mostly browse with JavaScript... (source) by Coruscate
in thread I mostly browse with JavaScript... by tye 

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