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Very useful, especially i like the code beautify function, but it doesn't support the modern firefox feature -- multi-process usage to effectively distribute the load.
How do I even run it...
It works but I need toolbar button coz I always hide my Menu Bar. Or someone please tell me add-on that can add custom toolbar button which can launch another add-on which need simple/none script.
Had to find out through your reply to another review that this is accessed with ctrl+shift+alt+c. That info really needs to be in the description.
the only add-on around let you run xul js on-the-fly
Hey, Could you provide a toolbar button or a direct textbox. or something
It's a great addon but i can't find how to enter to the Excecute JS panel in firefox 4...
You can open it via the shortcut Ctrl+Shift+Alt+c or via the Tools menu (which is not visible by default ;-)
Thanks for the update for Fx4.
Very good addon.
It would be nice to have a colored output, and/or to have a "shell" mode : I use it a lot for debugging so it's nice to have the result just under each typed line, like in the JS Shell of Extension's developer extension.
Very hard to read text in the editor, would like ability to change font/font size, and toggle word wrap.
Otherwise it has been useful, thanks.
Sweet! !!!! are you kidding me. this is awesome for grease monkey programing.
this is so well done, it would be terrific if other xul apps could be supported, especially Thunderbird..
Use it to search for functions that are added by other extensions.
For example, you want a function that opens a url in a new tab, then you can simply type "newtab" in the search field and press Enter, then browse the search field dropdown box, in which the items are the names of the functions that have "newtab" in their names.