Recent Firebug Google Groups posts

Re: [firebug] Re: Possible clue to breakpoints problem

"breakable" means the debugger can stop at a specific statement (can be multiple statements within a single line of code). Why is some code executable from the browser's point of view but not from > the debugger's? The simple answer is, that it may be a bug. Though without having an example,... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: [firebug] Re: Possible clue to breakpoints problem

Sebastian, you haven't addressed my core question, which doesn't require looking at *any* code: in general, what makes a line of code "breakable" (in any debugger, not just Firebug)? Why is some code executable from the browser's point of view but not from the debugger's? @Mahks Doma: No, there... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: [firebug] Re: Possible clue to breakpoints problem

@ Lawrence are these breakpoints in an iFrame? On 2 March 2015 at 05:55, Sebastian Zartner wrote: > On Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 7:16:49 PM UTC+1, San wrote: >> >> The green lines are executable lines, that is lines with JavaScript that >>> can be reached by the debugger wh... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: [firebug] Re: Possible clue to breakpoints problem

It may be a bug. Though hard to say without a test case. Do you have a link I can try out? Sebastian... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: [firebug] Re: Possible clue to breakpoints problem

​That seems almost tautological. What is it that makes one line of JavaScript "executable" in the sense you mean, and another line not? My code lines that Firebug refuses to break at​ (whether or not it shows green line numbers) *are* executing in the page, because I can see that the page is... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: Possible clue to breakpoints problem

The green lines are executable lines, that is lines with JavaScript that can be reached by the debugger when you set a breakpoint. I also saw earlier that Firebug didn't reliably mark them as green, though I made a few quick tests right now and in these tests it was always right. There are also... Continued on Google Groups »

Possible clue to breakpoints problem

I still don't have a test-case that I can make public for the ongoing problem with some breakpoints not working (in Firefox 36, with Firebug 2.0.8, in both Mac and Win7). The issue for me is that in some cases Firebug stops at the red "breakpoint" circle, but doesn't put the yellow triangle in i... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: Pixel Perfect Reloaded

Looks already really good! This will make web designers happy. After playing a bit around with it, I found a few bugs and got some ideas for improvement, so I created a list of issues. Sebastian On Friday, February 27, 2015 at 6:19:52 PM UTC+1, Jan Honza Odvarko wrote: > > One more note. The ext... Continued on Google Groups »

Re: Pixel Perfect Reloaded

One more note. The extension is implemented on top of DevTools (native developer tools in Firefox) and after some code clean up I am planning to do in upcoming weeks it should also serve as a good (and not only simplistic) example of how to build extensions for native Firefox tools. Honza... Continued on Google Groups »

Pixel Perfect Reloaded

New version of Pixel Perfect extension just made it into the first beta and is available for download and testing (Pixel Perfect 2.0 beta 1). Pixel Perfect is a Firefox extension that allows web developers and designers to easily overlay a web composition with semi-transparent layers (images). Th... Continued on Google Groups »

Read more on Firebug Google Groups »