moorpipe

Still want to use the IE Developer Toolbar and don't want to use the Firefox/Firebug combo Than I might have a solution for you, at least it worked for me!
Rather than posting this message to various (unanswered) threads complaining about the latest IE Developer Toolbar showing a pop-up debugger window, I'd rather start a new thread.


Problem in short: when you enable the toolbar IE generates an error almost on every page load making IE practically useless. You'll get messages like "Object doesn't support this property or method" followed by an error code. If you start up a debugger you will find a javascript line accessing the SetQuirksMode method in the ParseDoc function.
On my system a screen pops up titled "Visual Studio Just-In-Time Debugger" giving me a choice which debugger to start. In my case I have a choice of 2:
(1) New Instance of Microsoft Script Editor and
(2) New Instance of Visual Studio 2005


My solution is really simple: just disable JIT debugging for these instances. That's it!

How to disable it
In case (1):
Start the Microsoft Script Editor (part of Office 2003) (MSE7.exe)
Select Tools/Options/Debugging
Click on button 'JIT Settings...' and
Uncheck 'Enable JIT debugging'
In case (2):
Start Visual Studio
Select Tools/Options/Debugging/Just-In-Time
Uncheck Just-In-Time Debugging

Maybe you have different/more choices; just follow the same principle!
Good luck!



Re: Internet Explorer Web Development [IEDevTB] Toolbar Still Showing Page load Errors? A solution!

tobor

I had to remove Toolbar from the machine where it was installed to get the repeated popping up to stop.

I can use it for some systems without issue for this one I cannot. To bad.


This SUCKS Microsoft so why isn't anyone doing something about it




Re: Internet Explorer Web Development [IEDevTB] Toolbar Still Showing Page load Errors? A solution!

Bonito

Thanks for this valuable workaround.