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Github is now hosting its scripts in akamai. But NoScript only allows me to allow but not

Is there a way to tell NoScript to allow only when I visit GitHub?

I'm looking at ABE settings, but I'm not sure if that's the right way to go. I'm having difficulties testing as I can't find other sites that use scripts at the moment.

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The NoScript FAQ answers this very question, using ABE (Application Boundaries Enforcer):

Accept INCLUSION from SELF++
Accept INCLUSION from


Accept INCLUSION from SELF++
Accept INCLUSION from *

...should work?

More info on ABE here, including a PDF of the how to write the rules.

See also from forums:

Notice that since ABE's rule work independently from NoScript's permissions, you need to "Allow" in NoScript's menu for the above to work. Notice also that, independently from ABE, even if a certain script source is whitelisted in NoScript it won't run as a 3rd party script on pages whose origin is not whitelisted itself.

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