Firefox 62

  • The Shape Path Editor is now available by default — see Edit Shape Paths in CSS for more information.
  • You can now split the Rules view out into its own pane, separate from the other tabs on the CSS pane. See Page inspector 3-pane mode for more details.
  • The Grid inspector has updated features, and all new documentation — see CSS Grid Inspector: Examine grid layouts.
  • You now have four options for the location of the Developer Tools. In addition to the default location on the bottom of the window, you can choose to locate the tools on either the left or right sides of the main window or in a separate window (bug 1192642).
  • The Accessibility inspector has had a couple of minor updates:
    • It no longer exposes the help property, which isn't properly implemented in Gecko (bug 1467643).
    • The keyboardShortcut property now correctly exposes any keyboard shortcut available to activate the currently inspected node (bug 1467381).
  • A close button has been added to the split console toolbar.
  • If the option to "Select an iframe as the currently targeted document" is checked, the icon will appear in the toolbar while the Settings tab is displayed, even if the current page doesn't include any iframes (bug 1456069).
  • The Network Monitor's Cookies tab now shows the cookie samesite attribute (bug 1452715).
  • Responsive design mode now works inside container tabs (bug 1306975).
  • When CORS errors occur and are reported on the console, Firefox now provides a link to the corresponding page in our CORS error documentation (bug 1475391).
  • Create a screenshot of the current page (with an optional filename) from the Console tab (bug 1464461) using the following command:

    :screenshot <filename.png> --fullpage

    where <filename.png> is the desired filename. The file will be saved to your downloads folder. The --fullpage parameter is optional, but if included, it will save the full web page. This option also adds -fullpage to the name of the file. For a list of all options available for this command, enter: :screenshot --help

Removals

  • The Developer Toolbar/GCLI (accessed with Shift + F2), has been removed from Firefox (bug 1461970). Both the Developer Toolbar UI and the GCLI upstream library have become unmaintained, some of its features are broken (some ever since e10s), it is blocking the unsafeSetInnerHTML work, usage numbers are very low, alternatives exist for the most used commands.

Firefox 61

  • The Accessibility Inspector has been implemented.
  • The new-look Console UI has been enabled by default for the Browser Console & Browser Toolbox (bug 1362023/bug 1347127). The old UI has been removed.
  • In the Network Monitor, clicking Open in New Tab in a POST request's context menu correctly resends the request with the expected POST parameters (bug 1407515).
  • CSS variables now autocomplete with color swatches, allowing you to see exactly what color value is stored in each variable (bug 1451211).
    • In addition, hovering over a CSS variable name brings up a tooltip showing what color value is stored in that variable (bug 1431949).
  • The main toolbox's toolbar has been redesigned. Highlights are better responsiveness for narrow and wide viewports with a new overflow dropdown, cleaned up meatball menu, and sortable tabs to let you move up your most used panels (bug 1226272).
  • The Network Monitor's toolbar now includes a dropdown menu providing easier access to the 'Copy All As HAR' and 'Save All As HAR' commands, as well as an 'Import...' option (bug 1403530).
  • The Network Monitor's details pane now includes a Cache tab, which displays information about previously cached resources (bug 859051).
  • The Network Monitor's main toolbar got redesigned to be more responsive on smaller viewports and visually aligned with the Console.
  • The Network Monitor's main toolbar now includes a Throttling dropdown which was only available in the Responsive Design Mode before. It allows you to throttle your network speed to emulate various different network speed conditions (bug 1349559).
  • The Browser Console now hides CSS errors by default for readability and performance reasons (bug 1452143).
  • The Browser Console now includes a command to restart the browser. Use Ctrl + Alt + R (Windows, Linux) or Cmd + Alt + R (Mac) to restart the browser with the same tabs open as before the restart.
  • DevTools' web extension APIs devtools.network.onRequestFinished (bug 1311171) and devtools.network.getHAR (bug 1311177) got implemented (enabling extensions like har-export-trigger).
  • The Firebug theme got removed since the transition of Firebug users into DevTools is complete (bug 1378108).

Firefox 60

  • In the CSS Pane rules view (see Examine and edit CSS), the keyboard shortcuts for precise value increments (increase/decrease by 0.1) have changed from Alt + Up/Down to Ctrl + Up/Down on Linux and Windows, to avoid clashes with default OS-level shortcuts (see bug 1413314).
  • Also in the CSS Pane rules view, CSS variable names will now auto-complete (bug 1422635). If you enter var( into a property value and then type a dash (-), any variables you have declared in your CSS will then appear in an autocomplete list.
  • In Responsive Design Mode, a Reload when... dropdown has been added to allow users to enable/disable automatic page reloads when touch simulation is toggled, or simulated user agent is changed. See Controlling page reload behavior for more details (bug 1428816).
  • The view_source.tab preference has been removed so you can no longer toggle View Source mode between appearing in a new tab or new window. Page sources will always appear in new tabs from now on (bug 1418403).

Firefox 59

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Firefox 57

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Firefox 54

  • The network request summary now includes the amount of data actually transferred ("transferred size"), as does the the performance analysis view (bug 1168376).
  • The network request headers view now links to the related documentation on MDN (bug 1320233).

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