Can email-decode.min.js be used inline?

Dear All,

As probably some of you have already seen it, email-decode.min.js appears as chained request on google speed test, is there a way to add the decode js to my page js code to avoid the extra request?
or that kills the purpose and makes it easier for bots to decode it?

I’ve tried to add the decode to my main JS and its not working, probably because the encoding is not there when i turn off the obfuscation in scrape shield - makes sense - but since that part of the code as far as i understand it is added to the html page itself, is there a way to make it inline by adding a few lines of js or class to the email div or whatever it takes to make it work without extra request?

Thanks for the help in advance!

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