|Search for a string in the current file||Ctrl + F||Cmd + F||Ctrl + F|
|Find next in the current file||Ctrl + G||Cmd + G||Ctrl + G|
|Search for scripts by name||Ctrl + P||Cmd + P||Ctrl + P|
|Resume execution when at a breakpoint||F8||F8 1||F8|
|Step over||F10||F10 1||F10|
|Step into||F11||F11 1||F11|
|Step out||Shift + F11||Shift + F11 1||Shift + F11|
|Toggle breakpoint on the currently selected line||Ctrl + B||Cmd + B||Ctrl + B|
|Toggle conditional breakpoint on the currently selected line||Ctrl + Shift + B||Cmd + Shift + B||Ctrl + Shift + B|
1. By default, on some Macs, the function key is remapped to use a special feature: for example, to change the screen brightness or the volume. See this guide to using these keys as standard function keys. To use a remapped key as a standard function key, hold the Function key down as well (so to open the Profiler, use Shift + Function + F5).
Note: Before Firefox 66, the combination Ctrl + Shift + S on Windows and Linux or Cmd + Opt + S on macOS would open/close the Debugger. From Firefox 66 and later, this is no longer the case.
These shortcuts work in all tools that are hosted in the toolbox.
|Increase font size||Ctrl + +||Cmd + +||Ctrl + +|
|Decrease font size||Ctrl + -||Cmd + -||Ctrl + -|
|Reset font size||Ctrl + 0||Cmd + 0||Ctrl + 0|