barbaz wrote:supported browser.
Maybe Pale Moon can be added to that list, because NoScript works with it.
barbaz wrote:maybe they can do so on a Gecko version that has some WebExtensions support?
barbaz wrote:Unfortunately devtools aren't part of Pale Moon 27 yet, so I can't really check it out properly at this stage.
yes_noscript wrote:Maybe Giorgio can add this easy fix.
yes_noscript wrote:For devtools: Take a look at this Pale Moon addon: https://addons.palemoon.org/extensions/devtools/ or here: https://forum.palemoon.org/viewtopic.php?f=50&t=13553
Matt A Tobin wrote:All that is is the same Console from Mozilla Devtools with chrome messages switched on and in a Window.. There is no actual difference. It is ALSO as I described.. LESS USEFUL because it displays LESS information than the Toolkit Error Console..
IF this is all about style and not functionality.. Then you are just going to have to deal with it or build with --enable-devtools yourself.
Or you could submit a patch to add more functionality to the Toolkit Error Console..
Moonchild wrote:To illustrate one of the reasons why it's better not to have these tools built and included by default - their weight. I'll throw some hard numbers at you.
(this is a comparison run from a fresh build in a new object directory, issuing mach run after build completion)
Including devtools makes:
- The total file count for the binaries go up from 2581 to 3087 (~20% increase)
- Memory use for a newly started browser without doing any browsing go up from 188MB to 210MB Private (~12% increase), 126MB to 147MB Private working set (~17% increase)
Similar increases for all other resources. (see process explorer screenshots)
- CPU usage go up by about 65% (based on cycles used for the same startup+2 minute idle) -- you will likely notice this in regular browsing.
barbaz wrote:I can no longer use Pale Moon nor support it here.
barbaz wrote: when Pale Moon 27 is released, I can no longer use Pale Moon nor support it here.
barbaz wrote:They are not the same people they used to be
cartel wrote:they blacklisted it