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Extensions don't work on mozilla.org?

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None of my Firefox extensions work on mozilla.org. I checked their whitelists and mozilla.org was not in them. There's no message saying that "this extension does not work here". So, for example, if I right click on an element and click uBlock's "Block element", nothing happens whatsoever. Why is this necessary, and is there a setting to change this?

Examples of extensions that don't work on mozilla.org: Greasemonkey, uBlock, Vimium

None of my Firefox extensions work on mozilla.org. I checked their whitelists and mozilla.org was not in them. There's no message saying that "this extension does not work here". So, for example, if I right click on an element and click uBlock's "Block element", nothing happens whatsoever. Why is this necessary, and is there a setting to change this? Examples of extensions that don't work on mozilla.org: Greasemonkey, uBlock, Vimium

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Mozilla websites have CSP policy rules that prohibit injecting JavaScript and CSS files in their pages as a security (XSS;cross-site-scripting) measure. This prevents extensions that want to modify the web page from working properly. This is a limitation of WebExtensions in Firefox and most affected extensions state this on their Addons page.

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Mozilla websites have CSP policy rules that prohibit injecting JavaScript and CSS files in their pages as a security (XSS;cross-site-scripting) measure. This prevents extensions that want to modify the web page from working properly. This is a limitation of WebExtensions in Firefox and most affected extensions state this on their Addons page.

Mozilla websites have CSP policy rules that prohibit injecting JavaScript and CSS files in their pages as a security (XSS;cross-site-scripting) measure. This prevents extensions that want to modify the web page from working properly. This is a limitation of WebExtensions in Firefox and most affected extensions state this on their Addons page. *https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Security/CSP