08 Jun 2017

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Re: [firebug] Re: Firebug is back in Firefox 53.0.3!?

On another PC I can reproduce this issue. Reading through https://wiki.mozilla.org/Electrolysis I saw that some add-ons (like Firebug) may deactivate the multiprocess feature automatically. That page says that you can force-enable multiprocess Firefox by adding the preference browser.tabs.remote

08 Jun 2017 9:40pm GMT

Re: [firebug] Re: Firebug is back in Firefox 53.0.3!?

"Inspect Element with Firebug" has mysteriously reappeared (in the contextual menu) for me too. It brings up Firebug, not "the Firefox DevTools with a Firebug theme". However, the Firebug window that it brings up is still partially broken. The HTML tab works (I can edit something and see the

08 Jun 2017 6:40pm GMT

Re: Firebug is back in Firefox 53.0.3!?

I just realized my information might be misleading. To clarify, the Firebug button is still there even when the multiprocess functionality is enabled. Though, instead of opening Firebug, it opens the Firefox DevTools with a Firebug theme. Having said that, the Inspect Element with Firebug option

08 Jun 2017 3:04pm GMT

05 Feb 2016

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Re: [FWG] Re: Test cases are not available anymore

Sorry, on the other PC I get the same error message. It looks like I don't have the rights anymore to commit to the repo. So, Honza, can you please do the commit for the three folders mentioned earlier? Sebastian On Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at 9:41:53 PM UTC+1, Sebastian Zartner wrote: > >

05 Feb 2016 8:51am GMT

03 Feb 2016

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Re: [FWG] Re: Test cases are not available anymore

I'd like to, though I get an error message: URL access forbidden for unknown reason svn: Commit failed (details follow): svn: POST of '/!svn/me': 403 Forbidden (http://svn.mozilla.org) I can try it from another PC tomorrow. What is needed are the folders 'manual', 'head' and maybe 'templates'.

03 Feb 2016 8:41pm GMT

Re: [FWG] Re: Test cases are not available anymore

I am not planning to put the externals back. There were too many problems with that and it often broke leaving the entire site out of sync. But, I am not against to commit the (latest version of) test files so, links are fixed. Can you do it Sebastian? Honza On 03 Feb 2016, at 19:27, Sebastian

03 Feb 2016 7:35pm GMT