Firefox 16.0.2 NoScript 2.6.1 Windows XP Pro SP-3 Option: "Allow sites opened with bookmarks" Well, to a newbie like me, that means NoScript would allow scripts coming from the domain (site) if it was loaded using a bookmark from within Firefox. Doesn't work that way. Instead it uses the URL protocol (HTTP) added to the domain string in the bookmark. A bookmark like domain.com gets saved in NoScript's whitelist as http://domain.com, not as domain.com. If a hostname is given in a bookmark, like hostname.domain.com then NoScript will add http://hostname.domain.com to its whitelist and not http://domain.com or just domain.com. I can manually add domain.com so THAT is what gets put into NoScript's whitelist. Obviously that would obviate the convenience of the "Allow sites opened with bookmarks" option (so there would no point in enabling this option or even having this option in the add-on). I cannot remove the URL protocol (HTTP:// or HTTPS://) from a bookmark because NoScript is going to add to its whitelist what URL gets used in the web browser's address bar, not what was specified in the bookmark. If the bookmark has domain.com, NoScript gets http://domain.com from the address bar instead of saving just domain.com to its whitelist. For the "Allow sites opened with bookmark" option, I want that site's domain added to NoScript's whitelist, not the URL protocol (HTTP and not a particular hostname there. If a bookmark contains the following, shown is what I want NoScript to add to its whitelist: bookmark = http://host.domain.tld whitelisted = domain.tld (not http://host.domain.tld) bookmark = host.domain.tld whitelisted = domain.tld (not http://host.domain.tld) bookmark = domain.tld whitelisted = domain.tld (not http://domain.tld) For a bookmark, whether it has the URL protocol or specifies a hostname, I want NoScript to whitelist the domain without the URL protocol and without a hostname. I want the domain to get whitelisted. Is this possible or is it a continued limitation of the NoScript add-on? Until this gets fixed or there is a workaround, it appears that I have to disable the "Allow sites opened with bookmark" option, walk through every bookmark (I have 250+ of them organized in tree hierarchy), and use the "S" add-bar icon to manually select the "Allow <domain.tld> option. What a pain. This option (if it worked on the domain instead of protocol, hostname, and domain) isn't exactly what I want since I'd rather temporarily allow within a web browser session instead of always allow. Yet, it would still be handy to have the add-on whitelist by domain.tld only (not by protocol, hostname, and domain) the bookmarked sites.