To switch to the Command Line you can use the side panels toggle button ( ) in the very right of the panel toolbar. In Firebug versions before 2.0 there was a red arrow at the lower right ( ) for that.
eval() on it and passing back the result.
The Command Editor supports auto-completion. To open the context-sensitive Completion List Popup press
Tab, then choose an item from the list via the
Down key and hit
Enter on the item you want to use. For example, typing 'window.' followed by
Tab shows a list with all global variables.
To support you analyzing elements and writing code the Command Editor integrates an auto-completion for the commands you are typing. Therefore after starting to type a command you simply have to press
Tab and Firebug is completing the command. It is also possible to complete a value with
Enter or by clicking an item inside the Completion List Popup. If there are several commands starting with the same phrase like "getElem" you can use the
↓ arrow keys before pressing
Tab to alphabetically switch through all available commands. Also the global variables, which you defined in your script, are offered.
Furthermore the auto-completion is case-insensitive, which allows for rapid typing. E.g. entering "document.gete" offers "document.getElementById", "document.getElementsByClassName", "document.getElementsByName", "document.getElementsByTagName" and "document.getElementsByTagNameNS".
Executes the entered script in the context of the current website.
Empties the Command Editor.
The entered script is copied as bookmarklet.
The entered code is formatted and indented for better readability.
The Command Line saves all executed commands in a history. This button opens the Command History Popup listing all previously executed scripts. To load a script click the according entry within the popup.