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I'm using the Firefox add-on FoxyProxy to route all external scripts from to

But now I'd like to see what the page looks like when those scripts are completely disabled.

What's the easiest way (preferrably using FoxyProxy) to be able to toggle between the two: where the scripts are either proxied or not loaded/executed at all?

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NoScript can block scripts per domain.

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