> You're not willing to persistently whitelist a site
> but to get similar convenience, you're willing to allow scripts globally?
It is rare that I do that, but I do from time to time.
> Do you trust the site, or not?
I trust no one.
> This is basically the same as viewtopic.php?f=7&t=8309
Not really. Similar.
This is a request to have Allow Global only affect a single tab (with perhaps children too).
The other is why
a single Temporarily Allow All doesn't "TAA" (where they are expecting it to act more like an Allow Global). (Now the conversation may have morphed, but ...)
As the OP described, while this is essentially like Allow Globally (without global refresh), it is nonetheless safer (IMO) because other/non-child windows would not be affected (Allowed Globally). And if you were to forget to revoke, there is only one (starting) avenue (window) for Allow Global to affect, rather then ALL windows.
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