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trying out the Opera GX (""gamer"") browser and it's very funny to me that it has a built-in NoScript setting (cool enough), but turning it on blocks some of the built-in functions that I assume are just being served as like. iframes or w/e program equivalent. because it doesn't whitelist its own stuff.

bonus: it also doesn't tell me what it's delivering so that *I* can whitelist it.

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realistically, i'd probably be grumpy about it auto-whitelisting itself but the fact it doesn't indicate to me what to whitelist (or give me some option about it) is just very funny.

(if i'm gonna use this browser at all, i actually DO want access to their built-in free game aggregator, which is one of the things being blocked in this situation)

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