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Firebug 1.8b3 has Firebug 1.8b3

Also uploaded on AMO beta channel

We have fixed 11 issues in this version.

Firebug 1.8 targets: Firefox 4 and 5.

This release also introduces new console API: console.timeStamp();

The method produces time event displayed on Net panel’s timeline. This feature can be used to compare Javascript execution time with HTTP traffic timing, which is useful especially in cases where the page dynamically downloads Javascript files and you need to know when a piece of code is executed.

See detailed description of this feature + examples.

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