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Re: F9: Firefox: Java based site fails to work.

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Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:

> I wasn't referring to setting up but to using. You sometimes see the 
> "blockage" icon and have to decide which of several URLs on the page is 
> causing the problem, and if you want to enable them. That's work because 
> it's not automatic for URLs you haven't seen before.

you must be tiring in your elder age. :o)

my experience has been to temp enable site i am looking at and leave
rest disabled. this has seemed to work in most all cases. relaycall.com
being an exception. any other have been so few and far between, that i
do not readily recall what they may have been.

from most all of what i have seen, anything other than desired site
has been for something google related, adclick, and other unneeded.
maybe it is just has something to do with way i have configs set.

anyway, from first time of use, i have enjoyed noscript, and enjoy
browsing with it. and as i said in other post, when i log a site that
i do not have set for enable, i am wait with cursor in lower right
to click 'temporary enable'.
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