@rzg I don't understand what this solves? :)

@hund @rzg I would like to identify with domains to block in Qutebrowser. For example I like "muylinux.com" but when I enable JS for muylinux I have to enable for Google analytics too. Is there a way to enable just for Muylinux and other JS I need to the site for work? Like Noscript does? I was searching in the web but I haven't found something related.

@jrballesteros05 @rzg That would be neat! Is this what tag have solved here?

@hund @jrballesteros05
Unfortunately, this doesn't solve that.

That's what's missing for me in qutebrowser. Something like noscript or umatrix.

But, you can block the google analytics domains altogether. I assume the new adblocker does it? Or the domains can be added manually.

@hund Disable JavaScript globally and allow for a few sites only. Nothing more :)

It's just that the file is an external list.

@rzg Why not just enable JavaScript on a specific website using `tSh`? It sounds like a lot more work to copy the url, open the editor and the file and paste it there and then reload the website? :P

@hund you mean enable it every time. For the list, you do it once. The list could have a few frequently used sites only.

@rzg No? tSh adds a permanent rule for the current site, while tsh adds a temporary rule.

@hund Ok, apparently tSh, saves the results in autoconfig.yml, so it can be permanent. I didn't not know about this. haha

@hund I updated the post with the new information.

Weird I had never encountered the "t" commands before :)

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