With recent update to NoScript (every other day it seems), I now have whole "toolbar" appearing across top of Firefox with announcement from Zeus atop Mt. Olympus that "something like USAToday online blah-blah CSS thing" is... whatever. Safety's great, & I do appreciate efforts of NoScript author on our behalf but, you know... I'm also guessing that USAToday online or other "safe" places I go to aren't about to drop a 500 pound bunkerbuster on my lowly browser even tho' the ad people can be sneaky-Petes. And, yes, there could be times blackhats hack a site and drop in a poison pill, BUT... ... I wondered what is/where is, the setting in NoScript to eliminate the popup-like toolbar telling me I was perhaps saved from sudden death, everytime I flip back and forth reading new page, at USAToday online or other trusted web pages? Is it setting about "allow sites opened by bookmark" that may stop the NoScript popup? Info/answer reply appreciated, by this non-gearhead.