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I'm using ExtJS and I'm actually rendering JS files. I return Content-Type: 'text/javascript' but I don't get my renderd JS in your list of available JS files. What is the problem? This is the response from the server:

HTTP/1.x 200 OK

Transfer-Encoding: chunked

X-Powered-By: PHP/5.2.6

Expires: Thu, 19 Nov 1981 08:52:00 GMT

Cache-Control: no-store, no-cache, must-revalidate, post-check=0, pre-check=0

Pragma: no-cache

Content-Type: text/javascript;charset=utf-8

Content-Encoding: gzip

Vary: Accept-Encoding

Date: Fri, 30 May 2008 09:43:59 GMT

Server: lighttpd/1.4.19

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This is a limitation of the tool so far : Only external elements present on the IE cache can be displayed. If not present on the cache, they will not appear. I will work on this problem on future versions.
Thanks for reporting it.

1) The conflict with Firebug Lite (FBL) 2) If you discard FBL (firebugx.js or simply remove) still does not start catching in its console "console .*" calls

It's wonderful.I think the breakpoints is one important ability to add. Hope it become more and more great. Easy

Release early release often ... help us code in the right direction ;)

Love it ! just what i needed !!! Martin

Great workks. This add-on miss an JavaScript Object Inspector such FireBug ("..." is not very helpfull)

Another badly missing feature is the ability to add code breakpoints - Add this (and the object inspector) and you've got a great javascript debugger for IE.

Can we get a keyboard shortcut to open the window? Thanks!

This is really great because it catches the JS errors and actually reports the correct line number (imagine that) and the stack trace! This really has potential to take off. I would suggest you to include a way to see the JS pages and navigate through them, as well as debugging (breakpoints) features that others mentioned above. Other good features would be HTML inspector and being able to view HTTP requests. Thanks.

>> You can already get DOM inspector and HTTP sniffer (including Ajax requests !) with the DebugBar !

I was wondering if you can add a Memory Leak Detection tool... thanks!

>> I already thought about that. I will add it in my todo list ;-)

In IE7 (XPSP3) with Companion.JS v0.4.2 (and in previous versions) I often get the error "Document is not defined" (or similar errors) when opening a link in a new tab. If I refresh the page the page loads without erros

6 May 2010: What also would be nice is if users can create modules/addons for this.