Wladimir Palant wrote:What do you think about this? Would it work, is it safe from abuse?
Wladimir Palant wrote:I think that I should at least add a "same origin check" - only objects downloaded from the same domain as the site will be accepted.
Wladimir Palant wrote:@IceDogg:
4. I don't think that would make sense. The web site can't suggest objects that are already blocked. And with the same-origin check it can't suggest external objects either - consequently you can easily remove these whitelisting entries if you notice a problem. It shouldn't be even necessary to refresh the page.
Wladimir Palant wrote:Which is actually a rare example of using Flash in a good way - these heading are regular static text, it still can be selected and copied...
steve wrote:wrong, you can copy only the text within the flash, but not the whole article with heading. so it is not really possible without problems.
Wladimir Palant wrote:Reason is that Gecko always copies hidden text as well when you select something - and the article heading is still there as plain text even though it is hidden.
steve wrote:if the sifred title is a link, you cannot use middleclick to open tabs or use your common context menu.
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