add breackpoint and inspect a variable or obj.
tried embedded Google Developer Tools in Chrome, Firefox and
Internet Explorer integrated ones.
these tools are not accessible, or poorly (little) accessible
with all screen reader.
you have any solutions? Experiences?
I am also interested in this issue.
Please write here if someone managed to find a solution.
Er, what is the question / problem / issue?toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
On Wednesday 14 February 2018 at 23:08:20, Oleksandr Gryshchenko wrote:
A user interface is like a joke.
If you have to explain it, it means it doesn't work.
Please reply to the list;
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call this file in page when you need
please reference, hope to help you
window.onerror = showerror;
function showerror(msg, url, line, column, rerr)
alert('Error: ' + msg + ' Line: ' + line + ' character: ' + column + ' url ' + url + ' ' + rerr);
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Oleksandr Gryshchenko 於 2018/2/15 上午 06:08 寫道:
Antony Stone wrote:
> Er, what is the question / problem / issue?
Antony, I'm sorry that I didn't explain the essence of the question.
I've tried embedded Google Developer Tools in Chrome, Firefox and Internet Explorer integrated ones.
But all these tools are not accessible, or poorly (little) accessible with all screen readers.
I'm looking for a solution to this problem and ask for help from more experienced members of this group.
> call this file in page when you need
Thank you, 特種兵.
This is an interesting and very simple solution and I will use it.
Good luck to all!
If you are using Visual Studio, you can place "debugger;" in thetoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
script before the line you want to start debugging.
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"Life is like a piano.
White keys are happy moments
& Black keys are sad moments.
But remember both keys are played together to give sweet music."
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I use the Browser console in Firefox.
Press Ctrl + Shift + j to get there (you might have to enable development tools to do this, I can't remember).
After the first time you launch Firefox press Alt + r to remove initial warnnings / errors. Then tab to the desired page and press f5 to reload.
I use console.log to debug in my code.
I found the Web console tool more difficult to use as the errors are on the same page and I found it not reliable to navigate easily back to the actual document part of the page.
As you said the dbugging facilities in firefox are not usable.
I usually live the browser running, change the code in the page I want to debug, reload the page with f5 tab to the Browser console and it works reasonably well (I don't like using a debugger anyway).
I hope the above is useful.
On 15/02/2018 21:01, Oleksandr Gryshchenko wrote: