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Description of problem:
If I install the Venkman JS Debugger in Firefox as an extension and then attemp to start it from the Tools menu I get the following error:
An exception occurred while initializing, please file a bug.
BadMojo 4: JS Debugger Service is not installed. @ <chrome://venkman/content/venkman-debugger.js> line 126 (initDebugger)
The JS Debugger does then start but not in the state it is meant to start in.
According to this:
comments 17, 18, and 19 indicate that this is because the FC3 builds of Firefox are built with the option --disable-jsd.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install Venkman as an extension.
2. Start JS Debugger from Tools menu.
Actual Results: Error
Expected Results: No error
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