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    Very cool Firebug extension, you have some definite sales here!

    Since it sound like you're considering the options, I'd prefer a license that covers all supported browsers rather than splitting it based on FF/Chrome etc. As any web developer knows, you have to test in every conceiveable browser...

    Oh and any chance of making the next version allowed to run in FF4b7?
    I'm really loving its new lease of life!

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    Quote Originally Posted by westy View Post
    Very cool Firebug extension, you have some definite sales here!

    Since it sound like you're considering the options, I'd prefer a license that covers all supported browsers rather than splitting it based on FF/Chrome etc. As any web developer knows, you have to test in every conceiveable browser...

    Oh and any chance of making the next version allowed to run in FF4b7?
    I'm really loving its new lease of life!

    Cheers,
    Westy
    Yes, I decided on one license for all the browsers I will eventually support.

    As for Firefox 4, you can force it to install and it will work fine, but Firefox itself has a bunch of issues that render Firebug broken for much of it's functionality. They are working on fixing that for beta 8, whenever that is. After the holiday I'll bump the version #, but I only have an iPhone at the moment!

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    Holy !

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    Stever: you made my day!!! Really liked the "Events" tab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabio.parra View Post
    Stever: you made my day!!! Really liked the "Events" tab.
    Thanks! That tab will get some real work down the road...

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    It would be especially cool if this could descend into iframes. Perhaps a menu could be placed in the component browser's toolbar for selecting from available window objects in a manner similar to the resource selectors on Firebug's CSS and Script tabs.

    Regarding pricing: are there any plans for multi-developer licenses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bloudon View Post
    It would be especially cool if this could descend into iframes. Perhaps a menu could be placed in the component browser's toolbar for selecting from available window objects in a manner similar to the resource selectors on Firebug's CSS and Script tabs.
    Well, I hadn't considered multiple contexts like iframes. Or a frameset for that matter. I know in the console you can cd(iframe). I'll give that some thought. Is there a public URL of an example?

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    Regarding pricing: are there any plans for multi-developer licenses?
    I'm sure something can be worked out, though each person would ideally like to have their own login name for the support forum, etc. Again, more thought needed! Might be easiest to look at what Sencha does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stever View Post
    Is there a public URL of an example?
    Not immediately on hand, no. I can get something thrown together and put up somewhere when I have the moment, but all it really would be is an Ext document loaded in the iframe of another document. The parent document may or may not be running Ext itself.

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    I've not been using firebug for ages since the Chrome developer tools have become more than useful enough. However, the other day I was helping a coworker with a JSON issue that just begs for some helper mode for your plugin.

    You see, firebug lies!

    The JSON has HTML in it (e.g. { html: 'some HTML string with <br/> tags in it' }

    The Net tab in firebug wouldn't show the JSON unless we did "open in new tab"

    The JSON displayed looked like:
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    {"html":"some html string with
    tags in it"}
    See the lie? The <br/> is gone and replaced with a new line.

    Can't paste that JSON into JSLint or some other JSON validator.

    So a way to grab the Net response as JSON and view it as it really is so it can be copied/pasted into a validator WWW page would be a useful tool.

    In fact, a JSON parser/formatter and validator would be a great thing to build in to your plugin.

    BTW, the JSON involved was over 45K. Chrome's net tab equivalent wouldn't show the entire string as well

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    I am suddenly very glad that we did a big push to make our apps cross-browser compatible. :-) Thanks Stever!

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