If I click "Temporarily allow all this page" and then click NoScript, Options, Whitelist, only the main domain of that page is whitelisted (which usually is not really ALL the scripts on that page). Often this is enough to get the page working, but some pages still do not work properly. My guess is that they need JS from other domains to function. Unfortunately, I don't know what domains they need because NoScript doesn't list them. Does anyone know of a workaround for this issue that is less drastic than using the "Allow Scripts Globally" feature?