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    Disable Firebug javascript checking


    Hi guys

    I like the various tools in Firebug, especially the Network monitoring. However there is a slow down in page rendering when using firebug, so I was wondering is there a way you can disable the javascript functions so the Ext page will render at its proper speed.

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    Right click on the Firebug icon (bottom right of the browser's status bar) and you'll find some disable options, either for the current site or for all sites.
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    I'm sorry but I think you misunderstood. I want to be able to use the other features of FireBug, such as network monitoring but without the JavaScript lag.

    If I disable FireBug, well I can't use any of the features!

    Does anyone know of an alternative tool I could use? I'm interested in things like XHR request/response times. As well and the time to render a page.

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    Sorry, I misunderstood your post.

    Yes, you can disable Network monitoring, using the Options menu in the Net tab.

    Also this may be useful:
    How to Keep Firebug From Eating Memory
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    It looks like you can at least uncheck several of the things on the console tab and Script tab. I'm not sure if unchecking all of those things will force Firebug to skip the Javascript watching and only do network monitoring, but it might.

    Or, you can also use a standalone network monitoring tool (less convenient, I know). Or better yet, maybe an extension that only does network monitoring.

    http://www.google.com/search?client=...utf-8&oe=utf-8

    A standalone non-extension would probably give the most accurate results in terms of load times and things, but I doubt a network monitoring extension would have overhead significant enough to offset those numbers much.

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