I'm trying to debug a site that doesn't show up properly in Firefox for Android. Specifically, we're using wavedrom to render fields, and they work fine on Desktop, but …
I'm trying to debug a site that doesn't show up properly in Firefox for Android. Specifically, we're using wavedrom to render fields, and they work fine on Desktop, but Android doesn't work.
The closest I've gotten is https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/about:debugging, which is very similar to the previous article. Note that the network debugging doesn't work. I can see devices over USB, and I can try connecting to a particular tab, however doing so gives me the error "typeerror this.topwindow is null".
I'm running the latest version of Firefox for Android, which is 68.6.0. My desktop browser says "The minimum supported version is (72.0a1)." However, there is no such version.
How can I see the console output?
I just want to get the console output. Is there any
Hello, I've recently switched to Firefox mobile on my Android (Samsung Galaxy 7) because the Samsung browser had a few issues. However, I'm having a few issues with tabs.…
I've recently switched to Firefox mobile on my Android (Samsung Galaxy 7) because the Samsung browser had a few issues. However, I'm having a few issues with tabs. There seems to be no setting for forcing an external link (from another app) to open in a new tab in Firefox. Instead, it overrides a current tab. Most people keep tabs open for later use, so I can't understand why Firefox would be designed to override that behavior. It's like going back in time before tabbed browsing became commonplace. I've tried editing about: config, but the setting "browser.link.open_external" is already set to 3, which as far as I can tell is supposed to open links in a new tab (why is there no manual/database somewhere with all the current about:config settings listed? How do people memorize what each number means? Why is this not more user-friendly?)
As you might be able to tell, I'm pretty frustrated as this is a very minor thing that should be easy to adjust in normal everyday settings. Everyone opens links in a new tab these days. It's much easier to close an extra tab than it is to find a site you were saving for later that got overridden by clicking a link.
Thanks for any help.