There should be a way to allow extensions to execute only on specific websites like the Site access option in Edge does, this improves extensions usability and may also enhance privacy.
I second this motion... and I raise the ante!
I would find it vastly useful to be able to:
Dito, This is EXACTLY what is needed, and loooooooong over due! C'mon Mozilla - listen to your loyal users.
Ping. This feature is a must. Do it!
Recently TopCashBack extension had asked for more permissions. I don't think it's good for my privacy. I need this feature very much. Thanks!
This is a must-have feature, even for Manifest v2 since we can't expect extension authors to want to move to v3. Please weigh the immense security protection this will provide.
This is a show-stopper for me. I can't use Firefox until this is available.
It's hard to believe that this hasn't been implemented yet when the permission system already has the ability to restrict extensions to domains.
I start to wonder what incentives there might be for allowing extensions to run unrestrained.
We shouldn't be trusting any extension with more data than it needs.
As an idea it would be good to have predefined and user-defined groups. Like, X extension is not permitted to run on Social Media domains.
it's even more concerning seeing how extensions we need to run on all pages can't do that (mouse gestures really need to run on absolutely all pages! come on!) and ones we'd like to limit we can't limit
This is definitely one of the biggest features that I routinely feel like I am missing out on by choosing to use Firefox versus other browsers (Chrome). I tend to use certain add-ons that improve my experience on certain sites, but there is no need for them to have access to all of my site data. Having to open up my add-ons tab every time to disable / enable them is also extremely annoying. It'd be great if this feature could be added soon- and it seems like it has been in consideration / development for a while now!