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Re: [firebug] Re: Firebug 2.0.19

I've posted a related answer on Stack Overflow. > I tried the built-in one from a latest nightly build, but the output seems > to be slightly inferior for common stuff, like printing an array with PODs. > For instance, console.log([{ a: 1 }]) yields an entirely unhelpful Array [ > Object ]... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: Firebug deprecation: what to do next

That's the idea. > I was already aware of the overall process of getting Firebug integrated > with builtin tools but it wasn't clear to me whether Firebug would still > exist as add-on so it could add additional features on top of native tools > (or let third-party Firebug plugins work). I... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: [firebug] Re: Firebug 2.0.19

Hi! I just discovered today that my Firebug console is broken. I tried the built-in one from a latest nightly build, but the output seems to be slightly inferior for common stuff, like printing an array with PODs. For instance, console.log([{ a: 1 }]) yields an entirely unhelpful Array [ Object... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: Firebug 2.0.19

Hello there, I'm a big fan of firebug and have been using it for years as a software developer. I like the new update and it has lots of good ideas, but one thing that I see is missing in the latest version is having css (class and style) changes happen in real time, as I edit them in firebug.... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: Firebug deprecation: what to do next

Thank you. I already found the "Firebug" theme in the settings tab (it may sound silly but it makes transition easier). I was already aware of the overall process of getting Firebug integrated with builtin tools but it wasn't clear to me whether Firebug would still exist as add-on so it could... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: [firebug] Re: Firebug 2.0.19

Pressing F12 while Firebug was open minimized it (letting Firebug run in the background) just like the minimize button did. > and I seem to vaguely remember it could even show a "badge" on the icon > (button) with a numeral warning of errors in the current web page. > That badge was shown... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: Firebug deprecation: what to do next

Firebug.next > bundled with regular Firefox releases? Firebug.next is integrated in the Devtools, which are shipped with Firefox. A good starting point is the Migration Guide: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Migrating_from_Firebug If you miss anything in the Devtools look at... Continued on Google Groups »

Firebug deprecation: what to do next

Console stopped working, I came to Firebug site for information and found this: The Firebug extension isn't being developed or maintained any longer. We > invite you to use the Firefox DevTools instead, which ship with > Firebug.next What are we supposed to do next? Must we uninstall Firebug?... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: Firefox ESR, Firebug support

With ESR 52.0, which was released three days ago, Firebug's Console and Script panel stop working. Sebastian On Friday, March 10, 2017 at 3:35:42 PM UTC+1, alecwho wrote: > > Can you please tell me how long will firebug work with Firefox ESR (the > console and script tabs, in firebug as it... Continued on Google Groups »

Firefox ESR, Firebug support

Can you please tell me how long will firebug work with Firefox ESR (the console and script tabs, in firebug as it worked before ) ? At what number of the ESR version will the script ,console tabs stop working ? I installed "FirefoxPortableESR_45.7.0" (It upgraded to 45.80, but that's manual, i... Continued on Google Groups »

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