Ahh, thank you. Surprisingly, I thought of that afterwards but then talked myself out of it thinking it was a bit convoluted, but looking at it again makes perfect logic sense. Thank you for that.
Just a curiosity based question, any chance we can get uB0 to do it in a single line rule by leveraging the already robust built-in 3p designation? Essentially saying, that if a given domain is 3p block it (which would then ignore it automatically in 1p)? Just thinking out loud, not sure how involved that would be for you.
Something along the lines of:
* siteX.tld 3p block (excuse syntax, just for sake of demo) sort of an inverse concept on say
siteY.tld * 3p block where we are blocking 3p
originating from to flipping it to blocking 3p
destination to. Thoughts?
Thanks for the assist.