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I thought a video sample would explain this better.
Here, in video, we can see the behavior of the script:
1- Enter the Twitter website, Login section to enter credentials and log in.
2- Activate twitter.com as TRUSTED and update the website.
3- (credentials saved on the Firefox keychain) place the mouse over the credentials, but DO NOT activate them. Move the mouse over NoScript and open the menu.
4- The blank script already appears in the list, block script as NOT TRUSTED.
5- Click with the mouse on the web (this should refresh the web page by itself, however it does not refresh)
6- Return to the NoScript menu and check that the blank script returns to DEFAULT, even though you have activated NOT TO TRUST.
7- Again, activate DO NOT TRUST and click on the website (the website should be refreshed, but does not).
8- Activate DO NOT TRUST and refresh the website manually with the green Refresh button on the Noscript menu.
9- Open the NoScript menu and the blank script returns to DEFAULT mode. Lock it again and Refresh manually. Apparently, it disappears from the list of scripts.
10- Exit the NoScript menu by pressing the website; open the NoScript menu again and the blank script appears as DEFAULT.
11- Activate NOT TO TRUST and Refresh the web page.
12- This time the blank script disappears after several attempts.
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