Allowing certain paths in a site

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Allowing certain paths in a site

Post by MH322 » Sun Dec 06, 2009 12:28 pm

Hi, I would have thought this would have been asked before, but I can't find it either on here or in the FAQ, so apologies if it is listed somewhere, it could be my Sunday morning brain. I know I can allow certain services of a site, for example for I could allow and block, but can I do this with paths/pages on that site somehow (I have tried entering them, but as soon as I enter "/" the allow button gets disabled). Specifically I want to enable* as I want to be able to get the mail address popup feature, but want to disable scripting for the rest of the yahoo mail site (as it's interface is a PITA if you are using a touchpad rather than a mouse).
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Re: Allowing certain paths in a site

Post by Giorgio Maone » Sun Dec 06, 2009 1:20 pm

No, it's not possible because of the browser security architecture.
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