Here is a comparison between the both (left Firefox DevTools, right Firebug):
Am 15.11.2016 um 13:08 schrieb Sebastian Zartner:
> There are obviously several differences between Firebug and the Firefox
> DevTools Firebug theme, though the main text color within the console is
Is there a particular reason for that? The background is slightly
blueish in devtools compared to old firebug and text that was red
previously in HTML pane is now pink in Inspektor pane, which gives a
slightly less readable combination.
I also dislike the abbreviation of the long classes list. Is there a possibility to change that?
Sebastian, I'm seeing something quite different from your screenshot. With the Firebug Theme on, my Console background is white, not yellow.
The text from the Net tab is black, but I don't use that much. The text from the Logging tab (which I mostly use) is all red, both from JS and from PHP -- and these are just normal calls from a regular PHP or JS file, not errors. For example, this:console.log("graphicSeriesScripts.js has loaded.");... appears in red text on a white background, with a vertical light-gray bar to the left of all the text.However, my gut feeling is that this isn't a bug, just something I don't understand. I'm not using Stylish and haven't put anything about the Console into a user CSS file. I am using Classic Theme Restorer and Theme Font & Size Changer, but I don't see anything in either of those extensions that would explain this. Any idea what might be going on?Almost everything I see in your screenshots, in black text on yellow, looks like warnings of some kind. Could you try an ordinary console.log call and see what it looks like?