After Disabling the "HTTPS Everywhere" Extension I was unable to remove it.
So I deleted the TOR folder and downloaded the latest version (11) and reinstalled it to a new location.
Once again NoScript would not work and once again the HTTPS Everywhere extension is installed and I cannot remove it. Disabling it does once more cause NoScript to start working normally again.
Quesion #1 Why is the "HTTPS Everywhere" extension automatically installed?
Question #2 Does enabling "HTTPS-Only Mode" in the security settings work without the extension enabled?
Update #1: After digging through the security settings I changed a few things and the issue is gone. #1 Settings > Privacy and Security > HTTPS-Only Mode. I've never seen this before and it was set to "Don't Enable". I've always used the "HTTPS Everywhere" extension with TOR. I changed the setting to "Enable in all windows" and then Disabled the Extension and restarted the browser. NoScript is functioning normal now. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Original Post: Title says it. I just installed the V11 update to the TOR browser and NoScript is no longer functioning as in it no longer blocks any scripts. After installing I had the same "missing bookmarks" bug I had when I updated my regular Firefox ESR. I followed the same steps I did for Firefox, deleting the "favicons.sqlite" and "places.sqlite" files in my profile folder then rebooting my PC. That restored my bookmarks and then I noticed noscript was no longer working in TOR. (It is still working in Firefox ESR)