General discussion about the NoScript extension for Firefox
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Post by hurr1cane » Fri Dec 08, 2017 4:57 am

It started with me having issues logging in to my directv account for a couple of months straight. My account is not "bundled" with my att account, and I would log in separately to each account to pay my bill (I don't use auto bill pay for anything). After asking questions, I found out they are in the process of merging accounts. Fine. I finally get into my directv account which sends me to some att webpage and I get a noscript pop-up asking to allow or not allow and variations of each. My problem is that I chose the option to completely allow, and yet I keep getting the pop-up even when I have rebooted my computer and not visited those pages. I am using Firefox Quantum and Windows 10. Anyone know what is going on?
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Post by Thrawn » Tue Dec 19, 2017 3:40 am

hurr1cane wrote:I chose the option to completely allow
What do you mean by this? "Scripts Globally Allowed"? Or perhaps "Allow All This Page"?
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