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Trying to debug very simple javascript in a small web page. I turned on the chrome javascript console when I run my file and then ctrl-shift-j I get an error report on code that is not mine -- lots of references to recipebox -- and dont get any help with my own page.

Trying to debug very simple javascript in a small web page. I turned on the chrome javascript console when I run my file and then ctrl-shift-j I get an error report on code that is not mine -- lots of references to recipebox -- and dont get any help with my own page.

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I gather you go to recipebox.

If you have set this then Preserve log upon navigation I think will get what ever you have been to.

Need to turn that off and () Clear.

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I gather you go to recipebox.

If you have set this then Preserve log upon navigation I think will get what ever you have been to.

Need to turn that off and () Clear.

I gather you go to recipebox. If you have set this then Preserve log upon navigation I think will get what ever you have been to. Need to turn that off and () Clear.

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Ah I see - yes I had them all checked. I don't go to recipebox whatever that is but these were warnings being thrown off by another tab that was open. When I stopped logging everything and ran my program in its own instance of Firefox I got closer to what I needed. Thanks!

Ah I see - yes I had them all checked. I don't go to recipebox whatever that is but these were warnings being thrown off by another tab that was open. When I stopped logging everything and ran my program in its own instance of Firefox I got closer to what I needed. Thanks!
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Note that the Browser Console shows messages from all open tabs and also messages from internal events. You can use the Web Console to see only messages from the current tab.

Note that the Browser Console shows messages from all open tabs and also messages from internal events. You can use the Web Console to see only messages from the current tab. *https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Tools/Browser_Console *https://developer.mozilla.org/en/Tools/Web_Console