Open Java Console 1.6

Provides the ability to open the Java Console in Firefox
Open Java Console is an extension which provides the ability to open the Java Console in Firefox.

This extension provides an option on the Tools menu that opens the Java Console, and a toolbar button in the JavaScript Console that also allows the console to be opened. The extension also adds the keystroke Ctrl+Shift+J to spawn the console from the keyboard, from either a browser window or the JavaScript Console.

New features in 1.0 include the addition of two preferences:

A preference for logging a message to the JavaScript Console whenever the Java Console is triggered

A preference for showing any exceptions generated by the browser when starting the Java Console

Mozilla 1.X has this feature, but Firefox does not, making access to the console difficult unless this extension is used.

When the Console^2 extension is installed, the Ctrl+Shift+J keystroke will trigger the Error Console instead of the Java Console from a browser window. Ctrl+Shift+J will still work from the Error Console.

The following languages have been added to the 1.6 release: Hungarian and Dutch.

last updated on:
April 28th, 2007, 13:05 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Bradley Chapman
license type:
MPL (Mozilla Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Internet \ Firefox Extensions

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What's New in This Release:
  • This version contains two new locales and a maxVersion update.
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