8-bit wrote:In other words, NS is already doing it's job - why would I need to mark something as untrusted if it is already being blocked? What would be the advantage to this?
If you see one in the NoScript menu that matches, you can click "Mark as Untrusted", if you like. Then, that script source will never again show in the main NS menu. This can shorten the menu greatly!
Giorgio Maone wrote:The advantage (and the main reason why the untrusted blacklist feature had been originally implemented) is reducing clutter in the main NoScript menu, by moving the "Allow..." commands related to sites you very likely do not want to allow inside the "Untrusted" submenu.
8-bit wrote:Many thanks to both of you for taking the time to answer my question, it clarifies things perfectly.
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