Stephen wrote:I use NoScript to block JS, Flash, ... in general and only allow it for certain sites.
While I can allow JS permanently, for Flash (and Webfonts) there's only entries in the NoScript menu to allow it temporarily. Am I doing something wrong here? It's quiet annoying to allow Flash for Youtube every time I restart the browser.
therube wrote:See if this covers it, How to permanently allow an object (e.g. google talk)?
Tom T. wrote:The simplest way is to go to NoScript Options > Embeddings, check "Forbid Flash" (and any others you wish to default-block), then uncheck (if checked) "Apply these restrictions to whitelisted sites too." This will allow Flash at all of your whitelisted sites (or temp-allowed sites), if that's OK with you.
+ mime/type@http://site.com syntax support for noscript.allowedMimeRegExp
Giorgio Maone wrote:Actually the allowMimeRegExp trick works for any plugin except Java, Flash and Silverlight.
This was an old design decision, which I think can be revised in next development build.
Thanks for noticing.
therube wrote:,,,, Note that it needed the "x-" part, not just "shockwave-".
(And I only say that because I don't understand such things & it was with the x- where it worked.)
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