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How to select sites that media.autoplay.enabled:false ignores.

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Hello, I have enabled the about:config command media.autoplay.enabled by toggling it to false. I was wondering is there a way to tell Firefox that there are certain sites that have an exception to this rule? Such as YouTube, News, and Twitch? Similar to how you could select the controls flash has per site?

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No, it's not implemented as a site permission, it's more like JavaScript on/off.

Possibly there are extensions (or a Greasemonkey userscript) which offer more control.

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There are several add-ons that can do what you want. Once installed, when you go to a site that you don't want blocked, just tell the program not to block that site. (See the add-ons instructions on how.)

Flash block {web link} Never be annoyed by a Flash animation again! Blocks Flash so it won't get in your way, but if you want to see it, just click on it

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jscher2000 said

No, it's not implemented as a site permission, it's more like JavaScript on/off. Possibly there are extensions (or a Greasemonkey userscript) which offer more control.

You, think I could get someone to open this as a bug? Similar to how they added the auto play confit?

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You can file a new bug to request that a "Media Autoplay" permission be added. I don't know whether it would get much attention... often if there is an effective add-on and it's not a security/privacy threat it goes onto the back burner.

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/enter_bug.cgi