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by somethingfly
Sat Apr 27, 2019 1:49 am
Forum: NoScript Development
Topic: Feat. req.: "From Default"/"From TRUSTED"/"From Untrusted"/"From Custom" buttons that work like site-specific rules
Replies: 1
Views: 379

Feat. req.: "From Default"/"From TRUSTED"/"From Untrusted"/"From Custom" buttons that work like site-specific rules

I read the stickied post about reading the FAQ about ABE first when posting about site-specific rules. And I did. Of course, that doesn't help with version 10 which got rid of ABE because of Firefox's adoption of webextension with Quantum. But what I'm suggesting would work similar to ABE. And it sh...
by somethingfly
Sun Aug 25, 2013 8:54 pm
Forum: NoScript Development
Topic: [RESOLVED] right click to google (& forum?) url
Replies: 5
Views: 2106

Re: right click blocked/allowed sites to google (& forum?) u

Awesome! It works. Far more useful than what it used to do (I think I actually replaced "http://noscript.net/about/", since that looked more sensible). I may tweak some more, but now I know how, and i like it! Noscript should really add google-ing the url (maybe with some extra parameters)...
by somethingfly
Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:54 pm
Forum: NoScript Development
Topic: [RESOLVED] right click to google (& forum?) url
Replies: 5
Views: 2106

Re: right click blocked/allowed sites to google (& forum?) u

Sorry for the delay on the response... I actually did try to respond once, but I lost everything I wrote before I could submit... I hate that about BBS's, I wish there was an autosave you could turn on. Anyway, I don't remember everything I said, but could you give very basic instructions on how to ...
by somethingfly
Sat Apr 13, 2013 7:02 pm
Forum: NoScript Development
Topic: [RESOLVED] right click to google (& forum?) url
Replies: 5
Views: 2106

[RESOLVED] right click to google (& forum?) url

I have to do this so many times, would be nice if when i get the blocked/allowed site (e.g. [x]), I can right click and select "google [x]", which immediately opens a new tab/page, and it does exactly that: googles with the search term of that url. I can then know immediately if i need tha...