Steps 1 Modify the registry as described below; Open RegEdit (XP: Go to Start Menu select Run, type regedit and enter; Vista and 7: Go to Start Menu search, type regedit, Are you sure you entered the settings correctly? Right click on your project and open up project properties Go to the ‘Start Options' sheet, and click the ‘Silverlight' button at the bottom of the screen. Dirk BergmannDeveloper, panographer.
Jack 8 years ago Reply Raman Sharma Hello Dupuis, Would you mind opening a connect bug about this issue? VSE will then launch IE in debugging mode.Since your website is empty you will see a 404; ignore it and navigate to the actual page or website you want to debug. Fortunately firebug is catching up fast in JS debugging terms (it is only missing a couple of features), and far exceeds IE in CSS debugging. But, as a developer I have to ensure that my app works in IE as well.
If the current line of code contains a function call, Step Into (F11) moves the debugger into that function call. have a peek at these guys Alternative work around – disable all script debugging: Open a new command prompt (start->run, cmd.exe). or related companies. The way you mentioned is working very well in my place. Enable Script Debugging In Chrome
Secondly, it lets you pick up and drag the instruction pointer, to re-execute a line of code after changing values, instead of having to repeat the action that triggers the function. download a demo of the full Visual Studio tool. Contrary to what you would think, this does not change the default for your OS, but does make it so clicking the Start Debugging button will now correctly work with IE. http://prcflow.com/visual-studio/debug-being-used-by-another-process-visual-studio.html Thanks for voting!
Continue (F5) resumes the script until the next error or breakpoint. It sounds like you're getting the debug prompt, but the debug session isn't starting. Just for amusement value, I'll share my last two IE bugs: 1) I had a function "onload" which I set to be the page onload function with: window.onload=onload; Fine in Firefox Issues: 1.
This is superior to debugging with standalone IE anyway.