Revoke temporarily permissions PER SITE

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Revoke temporarily permissions PER SITE

Post by JoeBot » Tue Jun 04, 2019 7:13 pm

It would be SUPER helpful to have an Option to revoke temporarily permissions per site only. Sometimes I need to temporarily allow everything for a specific site only. Later I want to revert this but don't want to go through all of them by hand.

Hitting the "revoke temporarily permission" button however removes ALL temporarily permissions on ALL sites. I would like to have a button doing the same but just for the current site.

Or a simply undo button.
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Re: Revoke temporarily permissions PER SITE

Post by therube » Tue Jun 04, 2019 7:22 pm

Awkward, but I guess you could do that through NoScript Options -> Site List (or whatever its called).
I guess that would cause the change to filter back to the sites in question?
Thinking again, would it?
Try & tell us.
And in the same thought, would that cause a or any tab refreshes or?

Anyhow, yes a method to select a list Temporarily Allowed sites & have the ability to individually revoke from there would be nice.
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Re: Revoke temporarily permissions PER SITE

Post by therube » Tue Jun 04, 2019 10:56 pm

Yes, that works, though you need to manual refresh affected pages if you want it to affect currently opened tabs.
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