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For example, if I want to disable Facebook when I enter website X, I can mark Facebook untrusted there. However, the effect is universal; that is when I visit Facebook or website Y, I have to mark it back as trusted.
What can I do so that the effect is only on some specific websites of my choice? I use Noscript.

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I believe you can do this with ABE in noscript. There is an example set out for in the noscript FAQ.

Essentially you need to get to the ABE interface in the Advanced tab of noscript option

ABE section of the noscript options

and in there you want to enter something like

Accept INCLUSION from SELF++
Accept INCLUSION from

That way Facebook is allowed with, and when you visit Facebook normally, but denied for all other sites.

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Yeah, I had to try many things until it worked. For example the pdf file for ABE rules does not exist. – Theta30 Feb 18 '12 at 23:45
What did you do that eventually worked? – Matt Ellen Feb 19 '12 at 0:51
It would take me too much time to check if all the rules I put are necessary, but it's a variation of what you wrote. Basically I added more rules. – Theta30 Mar 1 '12 at 7:01
@Theta30 - no probs :) glad to have helped a little. – Matt Ellen Mar 1 '12 at 13:50

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