marcmiller — 2007-05-12T17:56:06-04:00 — #1
I have been following a FireBug breakpoint insertion tutorial and I'm able to stop on the breakpoint. However I am seeing not much utility in this unless you can get a read out of all variable values at this point. So how do you do this. It seems like it should be obvious, but I am not finding FireBug tutorials that show this.
marcmiller — 2007-05-13T16:09:20-04:00 — #2
I found out I had a Firefox extension conflict and that FireBug indeed gives you a spill out of all your variables. I may start a new thread here about finding an extension conflict with FireBug if my own ideas of turning back on the extensions fail.
I thank you for your concern.
dhtml_kitchen — 2007-05-14T00:29:28-04:00 — #3
to put a watch:
Firebug, "Script" tab selected:
Look at the the right frame, where it says "New watch expression..."
Click that text, type in your variable to watch, e.g. document.forms[ 0 ]