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Certain permissions, signing, etc.

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I'm using a DHTML editor (http://kupu.oscom.org/) that has cut and paste among
its many features. I'm aware that cutting and pasting through Javascript is
disabled in newer versions of Mozilla and IE unless you're running the script
as a privileged script. Now, normally that'd mean signing the script, but what
I'm reading on Google Groups seems to indicate that there's not much support
for signed Javascript archives. I can download the Netscape Security Suite from
mozilla.org and use it to sign my scripts (I think), but at

http://www.mozilla.org/projects/security/pki/nss/

there's only a link to download the source via CVS, and the last time NSS was
updated appears to be over a year ago.

How can I set up my script with access to JS features that unsigned scripts
can't use?

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In article <d1**********@ratbert.glorb.com>, sj*****@JustThe.net enlightened
us with...

How can I set up my script with access to JS features that unsigned scripts
can't use?


I don't know, but if you find out, can you please post the solution here?
I've been trying to figure this out, too.
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