The IE Dev Toolbar is often helpful, but unfortunately doesn't do script debugging share|improve this answer edited Jan 20 '14 at 10:16 Simon 1661219 answered Dec 12 '08 at 1:48 Bob The Breakpoints tab also has a shortcut menu (available when you right-click) that allows you to bulk delete, enable, disable, or copy breakpoints. console.groupEnd() closes the most recently opened group. Heavy. have a peek at this web-site
Alternatively, you can select the item by clicking on it and hitting the Delete key. If you use a condition that is not in scope, the condition will not evaluate as true. Solution: Uninstall Script Debugger. That's why code that runs perfectly in Firefox, may or may not encounter problems in IE.
But check out the menu on the top. Pass a string to console.profile() as the method's argument to use it as the name for your profiling report. Dev centers Windows Office Visual Studio Microsoft Azure More...
Sadly, I don't know enough about VWDE to have any ideas. console.groupCollapsed() begins a collapsible group in a collapsed state. Reply Arn says: 18th January 2008 at 12:50 pm Thanks for the info in getting a decent debugger for ie. I've been trying to get MSVWDE script debugging working like this for ages but could never figure out how to get it to attach to IE.
Reply Kirk Allen Evans says: 11th September 2007 at 3:23 pm The experience in Visual Studio 2008 is even better. Thanks, Werutz Reply Pingback: sK blogas » Blog Archive » JS debugger for IE7 plast says: 16th October 2008 at 10:05 am I was just about to kill the IE team You can type any expression in the Watch window, and when its value changes it will turn red. This is absolutely amazing to me for testing backward compatibility for JS code.
Menu itemWhat it does DeleteRemoves a breakpoint permanently. it helped me alot!! Now you can open your page in IE and make it break, when it does you shoudl get a "Do you want to debug" message. In the Script tab, click the Breakpoints tab in the property or right pane.