Firebug 1.11.3

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Firebug 1.11.3 Jan Honza Odvarko 5/12/13 11:56 PM
https://blog.getfirebug.com/2013/05/12/firebug-1-11-3/

Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Sky Wickenden 5/16/13 5:10 AM
I'm not sure if it was firebug updating to 1.11.3 or firefox updating to version 21, but one or the other has caused my browser to slow to a crawl when firebug is open.


On Monday, 13 May 2013 07:56:40 UTC+1, Jan Honza Odvarko wrote:
https://blog.getfirebug.com/2013/05/12/firebug-1-11-3/

Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Jan Honza Odvarko 5/16/13 5:13 AM
Does it also happen if you create a new Firefox profile with only Firebug installed?
https://getfirebug.com/wiki/index.php/Install_Firebug_into_a_clean_profile

Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Roberto Gomez 5/16/13 8:12 AM
I've got the same problem, I also don't know if it's firefox 21 or firebug 1.11.3 but firebug is making all web pages insanely slow
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Roberto Gomez 5/16/13 8:22 AM
I've just created a new Firefox profile and now Firebug works awesome, webs go fast again, nice!


On Thursday, May 16, 2013 2:13:28 PM UTC+2, Jan Honza Odvarko wrote:
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Roberto Gomez 5/16/13 8:39 AM
It's me again, I've started enabling "Net" and "Console" and everything has gone slooooooooooooooooow again
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Jan Honza Odvarko 5/16/13 8:42 AM
What OS do you use?

What exactly should we do to see the problem on our machines?
(e.g. what page should we load?)

Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 kingkool68 5/16/13 11:32 AM
Same situation for me. Running OS X10.8.3 and Firefox 21.0

I get lots of spinning beach balls when Firebug is activated on a page. I'm not doing anything special in particular outside of viewing a website with Firebug open. Doesn't seem to matter which tab is highlighted. Is there anything else I can give you to help debug the problem? 
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Jan Honza Odvarko 5/17/13 12:00 AM


On Thursday, May 16, 2013 8:32:52 PM UTC+2, kingkool68 wrote:
Same situation for me. Running OS X10.8.3 and Firefox 21.0
Does anyone experience the same problem on different OS?
 
I get lots of spinning beach balls when Firebug is activated on a page. I'm not doing anything special in particular outside of viewing a website with Firebug open. Doesn't seem to matter which tab is highlighted. Is there anything else I can give you to help debug the problem? 
Please create a new issue report here:
http://code.google.com/p/fbug/issues/list

(and put the link here so, others can also follow the bug report)

The most important thing for us is to reproduce the problem on our machines.
So, please provide detailed (baby) steps about how to see the problem.

If I understand correctly, you didn't have the problem with 1.11.2, right?

Honza

 
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Roberto Gomez 5/17/13 2:17 AM
I'm using Firefox 21 on Windows 7 Ultimate. Regardless of which page you open if you have firebug opened it goes incredibly slow.
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Sky Wickenden 5/17/13 3:36 AM
I created a new profile and it works fine, so for me it is some kind of conflict between firebug and another add-on. I'll try and figure out which one.
It is also only a problem if firebug is open and the console enabled.  The slowdown seems to be worst at page load and on ajax requests.

Also, I am on Windows 7 64 bit Professional, firebug 1.11.3 and firefox 21
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Sky Wickenden 5/17/13 3:58 AM
The conflict is with Ghostery.

If I white list the site I am using Firebug with then there is no problem. Not ideal, but a good enough work around.
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Sky Wickenden 5/17/13 4:04 AM
I've cross posted to the Ghostery support forum.

Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Daniel 5/17/13 5:54 AM
Same problem here on Archlinux.

Also the same problem with version 1.11.2 and 1.12.0a5.

Can't confirm with ghostery and whitelist the domain.

Only a new profile at the moment helps.
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 spect...@gmail.com 5/17/13 5:56 AM
+1 to extremely slow;  windows 7, firefox 21, firebug 1.11.3
btw, i don't have add-on Ghostery

понедельник, 13 мая 2013 г., 9:56:40 UTC+3 пользователь Jan Honza Odvarko написал:
https://blog.getfirebug.com/2013/05/12/firebug-1-11-3/

Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Jan Honza Odvarko 5/17/13 6:02 AM
What we need is detailed description of how to
reproduce the problem on our machines.

Could anyone provide such info?

Thanks!
Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Daniel 5/17/13 6:08 AM
Just updated from Firefox 20 to 21 and voila..

My workmate on MacOS with Firefox 22b can't confirm my problems. 
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 spect...@gmail.com 5/17/13 6:14 AM
firefox 21 and firebug 1.11.3 = slow
firefox 21 and firebug 1.11.2 = slow
firefox 20 and firebug 1.11.3 = works as expected
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Jan Honza Odvarko 5/17/13 6:24 AM

On Friday, May 17, 2013 3:14:20 PM UTC+2, spect...@gmail.com wrote:
firefox 21 and firebug 1.11.3 = slow
firefox 21 and firebug 1.11.2 = slow
firefox 20 and firebug 1.11.3 = works as expected

What about firefox 22?

Honza


Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Nick Chervyakov 5/17/13 7:22 AM
I'm also have just updated FF to v21, and then Firebug to 1.11.3.
When enable console, everything becomes extremely slow. When console is off - all is OK.
System: Windows 7 Home 64
PS: with FF20 everything was fast.

понедельник, 13 мая 2013 г., 13:56:40 UTC+7 пользователь Jan Honza Odvarko написал:
https://blog.getfirebug.com/2013/05/12/firebug-1-11-3/

Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Viktor Zozulyak 5/18/13 1:11 AM
Same for me. Win7 SP1 amd64. Firebug is the only one extension enabled.

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Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Viktor Zozulyak 5/18/13 5:01 AM
Investegated a liitle bit more. Everything goes OK if both Console and Script panes are disabled. Enabling any of them makes everything very slow.
Creating new FireFox profile doesn't help.

Субота, 18 травня 2013 р. 11:11:08 UTC+3 користувач Viktor Zozulyak написав:
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Viktor Zozulyak 5/20/13 3:07 AM
FireFox 22.0b1 - everything is OK

Субота, 18 травня 2013 р. 15:01:56 UTC+3 користувач Viktor Zozulyak написав:
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Salman Khan 5/21/13 4:21 AM
Hi Honza & all,

I too have had this just occur. To recollect what I did: I updated Firebug to 1.11.3 about two days back, less.js (it mentions how long it takes to load the less CSS) jumped to about 2secs from 1.6secs previously.

About half an hour back, I updated Firefox to 21 & immediately after my firebug has slowed down to a crawl. The same less.js page is taking 45secs + to load. Am using Windows 7 Premium.

I am installing on Ubuntu 12.10 as well & will report back with results.

Best,
Re: [firebug] Re: Firebug 1.11.3 kingkool68 5/21/13 6:54 AM
Firefox 22 beta works just fine. 



On Tue, May 21, 2013 at 7:21 AM, Salman Khan <kay...@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi Honza & all,

I too have had this just occur. To recollect what I did: I updated Firebug to 1.11.3 about two days back, less.js (it mentions how long it takes to load the less CSS) jumped to about 2secs from 1.6secs previously.

About half an hour back, I updated Firefox to 21 & immediately after my firebug has slowed down to a crawl. The same less.js page is taking 45secs + to load. Am using Windows 7 Premium.

I am installing on Ubuntu 12.10 as well & will report back with results.

Best,


On Monday, 20 May 2013 15:07:33 UTC+5, Viktor Zozulyak wrote:
FireFox 22.0b1 - everything is OK

Субота, 18 травня 2013 р. 15:01:56 UTC+3 користувач Viktor Zozulyak написав:
Investegated a liitle bit more. Everything goes OK if both Console and Script panes are disabled. Enabling any of them makes everything very slow.
Creating new FireFox profile doesn't help.

Субота, 18 травня 2013 р. 11:11:08 UTC+3 користувач Viktor Zozulyak написав:
Same for me. Win7 SP1 amd64. Firebug is the only one extension enabled.

Пʼятниця, 17 травня 2013 р. 16:14:20 UTC+3 користувач spect...@gmail.com написав:
firefox 21 and firebug 1.11.3 = slow
firefox 21 and firebug 1.11.2 = slow
firefox 20 and firebug 1.11.3 = works as expected

понедельник, 13 мая 2013 г., 9:56:40 UTC+3 пользователь Jan Honza Odvarko написал:
https://blog.getfirebug.com/2013/05/12/firebug-1-11-3/

Honza

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Re: [firebug] Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Reid Rivenburgh 5/21/13 9:27 AM
I don't know.  I don't usually bother with firefox betas, but I installed 22 beta in the hopes that it would fix firebug, and it seems very slow (maybe equally slow to firefox 21, hard to say) to me.  I'm running Windows 7.  Disabling firebug makes it fast again.  I haven't experimented with disabling other extensions yet....

Reid
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Maxim Chiriac 5/21/13 1:58 PM
Hi, issue in Firefox 21 on Mac OSX 10.8.3. Sometimes it even hangs for a few seconds.

On Monday, May 13, 2013 1:56:40 AM UTC-5, Jan Honza Odvarko wrote:
https://blog.getfirebug.com/2013/05/12/firebug-1-11-3/

Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Jan Honza Odvarko 5/22/13 7:28 AM
I am running under Win Vista with this config:

Firefox 21 + Firebug 1.11.3
and I am not seeing the problems described above.

Here is an example of what I have tried:

1) Load http://www.softwareishard.com/har/viewer/?path=examples/inline-scripts-block.har
(it's a page with a lot of JS on it, which I think is good in this case)
2) Open Firebug and enable all panels
3) Refresh the page
4) Switch among various panels and refresh the page again

Can anyone see the problem using these steps?

If no, can you post your steps?

Thanks!
Honza

Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Ken Chen 5/22/13 9:24 AM
When press F12 to enable Firebug, Firefox will take 100% CPU utilization.

Downgrade to 1.11.2, the problem is gone.
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Jan Honza Odvarko 5/22/13 9:43 PM


On Wednesday, May 22, 2013 6:24:55 PM UTC+2, Ken Chen wrote:
When press F12 to enable Firebug, Firefox will take 100% CPU utilization.

Downgrade to 1.11.2, the problem is gone.
 
What version of Firefox do you use?
Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Salman Khan 5/22/13 10:00 PM
Hi Honza,

Just tried your instructions & here are my results:

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Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Sebastian Zartner 5/22/13 11:30 PM
The image is not visible for me. Did you upload it via the Insert image button?

Sebastian


On Thursday, May 23, 2013 7:00:51 AM UTC+2, Salman Khan wrote:
Hi Honza,

Just tried your instructions & here are my results:



Pretty painful though not as painful as in my case with Less.js taking 45s+.

I still need to test on Ubuntu 12.1 & post the results here.

Hope this helps,
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Ken Chen 5/23/13 9:39 AM

21.0

Jan Honza Odvarko於 2013年5月23日星期四UTC+8下午12時43分54秒寫道:
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Alexander Rohra 5/24/13 10:36 AM
I can confirm this. I've been using Firefox every day. Once I was running Firefox 21 (Win7 Home 64 bit), having Firebug open slows down the page I'm on significantly. As suggested I created a new profile and installed Firebug as the only extension. Just as Roberto stated, with Firebug opened the significant slowdown occurs once either (or both) the Console or Script panels is enabled.

Enabling the Net panel while the Script or Console panels are disabled doesn't appear to create any change in performance.

Apart from the significant degradation in performance when the Script and/or Console panels are/is enabled, I also noticed the following (in the new profile and my original profile):

1) The animated loading icon freezes for a moment (depending on the page loaded; e.g. for google.com/ and softwareishard.com/ it's hardly noticeable; but try something like http://demo.rockettheme.com/joomla/alerion/)
2) The Net panel doesn't really appear to report any difference -- the page supposedly takes the same time to complete receiving as it does without the Script and/or Console panel disabled.

My original profile has several extensions installed, among them being a full UI theme, so as a result of this, I've always noticed a degradation in UI performance when Firebug is open but now it is at a point where this is really noticeable. For example, JavaScript driven rendering effects are noticeably slower and so is scrolling pages up & down and interacting with page modules (e.g. smooth side scrollers, accordions, etc.).

On Thursday, May 16, 2013 8:39:29 AM UTC-7, Roberto Gómez Vicente wrote:
It's me again, I've started enabling "Net" and "Console" and everything has gone slooooooooooooooooow again

On Thursday, May 16, 2013 5:22:24 PM UTC+2, Roberto Gómez Vicente wrote:
I've just created a new Firefox profile and now Firebug works awesome, webs go fast again, nice!

On Thursday, May 16, 2013 2:13:28 PM UTC+2, Jan Honza Odvarko wrote:
Does it also happen if you create a new Firefox profile with only Firebug installed?
https://getfirebug.com/wiki/index.php/Install_Firebug_into_a_clean_profile

Honza

On Thursday, May 16, 2013 2:10:09 PM UTC+2, Sky Wickenden wrote:
I'm not sure if it was firebug updating to 1.11.3 or firefox updating to version 21, but one or the other has caused my browser to slow to a crawl when firebug is open.



On Monday, 13 May 2013 07:56:40 UTC+1, Jan Honza Odvarko wrote:
https://blog.getfirebug.com/2013/05/12/firebug-1-11-3/

Honza
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Justin Warkentin 5/24/13 1:42 PM
I'm running Ubuntu 13.04 with Firefox 21 and Firebug 1.11.4. If I have the console or script tabs enabled it makes the project I'm working on take at least 30 seconds to load instead of about 4 seconds normally. Unfortunately I can't give you a URL since it's an internal company web app. It's just intolerably slow.
Re: Firebug 1.11.3 Alexander Rohra 5/26/13 6:44 PM
This problem has been reported as Issue 6458 - http://code.google.com/p/fbug/issues/detail?id=6458 and escalated to a potential platform bug https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=876075 based on the JSD introduced with Firefox 21.
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