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Hidden Debugging features in Safari
edited December 2007 in Vanilla 1.0 Help
Pretty cool stuff... On your Mac, open up a Terminal window, and type in the following command:
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1...Then relaunch Safari and look for the Debug menu in the menu bar. It activates a whole bunch of useful tools.
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and u will see this
This hidden Debug menu is pretty useful for your normal Safari install.
The Web Inspector and Drosera are really for helping to debug Webkit nightlies -- not necessarily your site. I only say that because sometimes you download a nightly with some pretty nasty regressions in it that will never see the light of day. So, I'm not sure it's a good idea to try to debug your site on a bad nightly just because it has Web Inspector and Drosera.
However, it's clear that the tools in the nightlies are more robust. Here's a clip from Apple about the Debug menu:
"This menu includes a number of rough debugging tools that we created mainly for browser testing, but you may find some of them handy for web development. The page load test in particular is interesting because it measures page load time in a more precise way than either onload timing or just using a stopwatch. If you change the â€œSuiteâ€ pop-up menu to â€œURLâ€, you can type the URL of your choice and get a fairly precise time for loading it. If you empty the cache first, you can get an uncached time."