Microsoft’s script debugger

I discovered MS’s script debugger whilst investigating the preview frame sticking problem in Internet Explorer. I’m used to developing on Safari with just error messages to go by, so having even a basic debugger was a pleasant surprise. I also hear good things about Firefox’s debugger. My only niggle so far is that I can’t figure out how to tell what the error was that caused it to invoke the debugger, but I’m sure that’s just an RTFM issue.

I started off by turning off “disable script debugging” in IE’s preferences, but unfortunately that didn’t do very much. I discovered you had to manually install the debugger for the option to do anything, which made sense once I realized. I downloaded it from a link in an MSDN blog.

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