It's my computer and I have admin privileges - yet something new happened very recently which causes Noscript to no longer provide bookmark allowance. The question is what?Tom T. wrote:Some likely causes are: not having Admin privileges on the machine........
Just dun that - I installed noscript addon in a new test profile but to no avail.Tom T. wrote:Try creating a clean profile from scratch. Install only NoScript, leaving all of the default settings.
Does the issue go away? If so, then there is likely either an extension conflict, or the profile itself was corrupt.
You can add back your other add-ons, matching them one at a time with NS, to see if you can spot the culprit that is interfering with NoScript.
Let us know the results, and if none of this fixes it, we'll proceed in other areas, thanks.
[Broken] Allow sites open through bookmarks
Regression occurred somewhere between noscript-2.4rc1.xpi & noscript-2.4rc6.xpi (where rc1 worked & rc6 didn't - that's all I had on hand).
(probably should split the thread as they're likely separate issues)
Giorgio Maone wrote:...On a side note, I believe the OP reported a different issue probably caused by a problem with preference persistence in Firefox to be better investigated.
therube wrote:No, jerriy & guest are the same, but different from Gensou.
therube wrote:Gensou, never clear on the exact issue.
In any case, leaving as is, & as Resolved.
Unless the Mod info regards "all" unregistered posters as using a single Guest account, even if they specify a specific username, as Gensou did?
therube wrote:Unless the Mod info regards "all" unregistered posters as using a single Guest account, even if they specify a specific username, as Gensou did?
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