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Global, user-specified, @exclude rules #1002

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Originally: DevjaVu ticket 18

The end user should have the option to define a set of global @exclude rules that would completely disable all Greasemonkey scripts, when matched. Adding this functionality would need:

  • A place in the UI for this.
  • Some sort of observer that would update the enabled/disabled icon when the user navigates to, or switches tabs to, an excluded page.
  • (Optional) A quick "Exclude this domain" item in the Monkey Menu to make this feature more discoverable. If we allow full @exclude syntax, this is harder to make reversible.
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@arantius arantius Global excludes.
* Restore/reformat some old strings. (Source: partial revert of ed58935 and b42a197.)
* Define a 'clude editor; reusable via XBL binding.
* Insert it into the options dialog.
* Add globalExcludes to Config.
* Read them at Script.matchesURL() time.

Fixes #1002
@arantius arantius closed this in 728a048
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