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Great ..! If this fixed your problem , can you mark this as an Accepted solution

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As an option, you can set an mbox parameter with the website environment value on every call and then use it in the profile script in the if condition. Best wishes,Andrey Osadchuk | Inspect Launch Implementation, Automate Classifications & Data Sources, Essential Bookmarks

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I think the at-library-loaded event should do the trick. Library LoadedConstant: adobe.target.event.LIBRARY_LOADEDString Value: at-library-loadedDescription: This event is ideal to track when at.js has been fully loaded. You can use this event to customize global mbox execution. You can also use this event to disable the global mbox and then listen for this event to fire the global mbox later.https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/target/using/implement-target/client-side/at-js-implementation/f...

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To add onto that, if I run Firefox in "strict" mode: I am able to replicate it:

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