therube wrote:Now just what is a "trusted imported script"?
therube wrote:And is it trusted where? Only in the context of the bookmarklet itself?
therube wrote:Does this apply for both bookmarklets & the equivalent extension (if one exists)?
therube wrote:Is the URL reference to the external website in the bookmarklet that would not work prior, but (theoretically) is working now?
therube wrote:Why does the facebook bookmarklet work (at least I do get a popup dialog), where Readability & Tidyread bookmarklets appear not to?
therube wrote:NoScript Options | Advanced | Untrusted (tab) -> Forbid bookmarklets, deselected?
GµårÐïåñ wrote:If the site is allowed (whitelisted) then the forbid bookmarklet on untrusted tab is moot and no longer asserted. Its not really asserted on untrusted sites either but provides error control.
cewood wrote:I have to disagree with that last part. If the site is allowed (whitelisted) bookmarklets work fine, however if the site is untrusted then no joy, and this behaviour is repeatable every time.
Giorgio Maone wrote:Does it happen with every bookmarklet or a specific bookmarklet?
Could you show me one bookmarklet which fails to work?
(For the Ubiquity issue I'm afraid you should ask Ubiquity developers, since they are Mozilla Corp employees and should know how to make a script work on a script-forbidden page, if necessary and safe).
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