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I'm trying to use some bookmarklets that involve loading javascript from a trusted website. In particular, OpenSpritz and Squirt

I have Squirt working in Chrome, but I use IE11 for the most part. When I click the bookmarklet, nothing happens. I have tried other bookmarklets that are self-contained and they work. The problematic bookmarklets are trying to load javascript from a third-party site, also known as cross-site scripting.

How can I configure IE11 to run trusted scripts from a third-party site or even from my local hard drive?

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Use the following registry setting to open files from a local hard drive:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Internet Explorer/Main/FeatureControl/FEATURE_LOCALMACHINE_LOCKDOWN

Set the following name:

iexplore.exe

to this value:

00000000

then restart the machine.

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