Fix: Support for srcdoc frames.
If you had JSB5 before alpha 5, this update also restores your EasyList whitelist/blacklist rules. Sorry about that.
New: Auto change log loader.
New: Added help for some settings.
New: Added ability to backup/import settings from the setting menu. The UI is not complete.
Fix: Unblock item count is now correct.
Fix: A fix for not running on XHTML pages.
Changed: All EasyList rules are now under one setting.
New: Everything. JSB 5 is a complete rewrite of JSB. It's faster in every way. It's easier and more efficient to use. The UI is cleaner. It comes in colors. It's safer. But it's nowhere near done. Don't expect everything to work flawlessy. Some features might not exist yet. Some settings have no effect. The settings UI is not finalized. You can't edit or delete rules you've created. You can, however, import rules from JSB 4. Most features and more are available to test. User scripts can be installed when visiting a page ending in ".user.js", but you cannot modify or remove it once added. Full rule management is not yet available, but you can still create rules from the page editor. The Windows version of Safari is no longer supported (unless Apple ever decides to update it.)
New: Lets people know about the alpha version of JSB 5.
Fix?: Potentially resolves an issue where Safari may hang after install.
Fix: Resolves an issue where updating JSB from a version earlier than 4.1.13 would fail.
Changed: Improved compatibility with OS X Yosemite.
Changed: Updated certificate.
New: Canvas finger protection via user interaction when a canvas attempts to obtain its data URL.
Fix: No longer run on XML pages
If you run into webpages that are constantly prompting you, try blocking one or more scripts to see if you can find the culprit.