Description of the issue:
So the url icon to enable site specific JS was removed - fine. But what is the solution now to site-specifically enable JS for one time use?
I have JS globally disabled in Settings and use the advanced Shields view.
If a site had JS and I cared to enable it, I would use the url icon to enable it for that site, that visit (one time). Great.
I do know that I could go into the Settings and add the particular site as an exception to the JS blocking, but I only want to do enable JS once, not globally.
How can this issue be reproduced?
I use mostly Mac but just updated Brave on my Linux system and lost the url icon there too. I will try to roll back
Love Brave btw but really appreciated this feature that is now gone.
To be able to enable JS for a site on a one time basis without adding it globally to settings and them removing later if you only intend to enable for a single use.
Brave Version( check
Version 1.20.103 Chromium: 88.0.4324.152
Same behaviour on both Mac and Linux systems