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From what I read, if I want to block and other Facebook sites at all times--unless I am actually at, I enter the following under the ABE tab of NoScript's options dialog (and enable them), like this:

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Now, if I then visit the scripts are blocked.

So, do I add an exception Allow (from the NoScript button next to the URL box) and will this not take priority over the ABE settings? How do I know it's working?


Apparently they have updated the example posted on their website:

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The easy way to tell if it is working on a generic site is to check if there is any javascript that has been loaded.

To check this, open the developer tools, and then make sure the only section that is selected is the JS part. If it is empty, then the scripts are disabled.

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Well, duh. I was just using the Web Console the other day. This is one way to tell. – Nick Aug 2 '12 at 14:12

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