Blocking scripts by default is nice, but requires a lot of clicking the small red icon in the address bar to enable certain scripts that are necessary for the website to function.
There is several ways to improve this. Here is two suggestions.
- The selection of scripts that I allow to run on a particular website is save-able longer than just for duration that I have my browser open.
- There is an option to “Block third-party scripts”, thus allowing only scripts that come from the same top-level domain.