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kegler68
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Which one do you use in the design process. I’m edging towards Chrome most of the time.

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cbtblogger
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Personally I like to Firebug, Chrome Developer tool Is good, But Friebug User friendly

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ImanGM
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Personally I’m more comfortable with Chrome

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gbs
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I am using Chrome most of the time so I usually work with Chrome DevTools.

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Bedros
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Chrome for surfing , and for the rest Firefox. :)

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UXbarn
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Chrome Dev Tools. ;)

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KrownThemes
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Firebug beats Chrome’s Inspector at any time of the day or night :D

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Cubell
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Firebug beats Chrome’s Inspector at any time of the day or night :D

Firebug is slightly more complete, but you’d be surprised! I’ve found my workflow is much faster when I use Chrome’s inspector! I don’t even touch firebug anymore, unless I need to fix a FF issue :)

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bravewhale
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Or the secret third option, FireFox’s built in dev tools! Hit Shirt+F7 to open it. This thing is similar to FireBug, but I like it’s stylesheet editor way more (syntax highlighting, etc) plus it’s lighter weight.

I still use FireBug for certain inspecting tasks, as it still does some things better (like show padding and margin on the screen).

Chrome Dev Tools doesn’t allow you to edit the stylesheet in text mode, which is a major feature I need! Chrome has a much better console, so it’s superior for debugging scripts.

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h2theme
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I use chrome and chrome dev tools because It is very light and Firefox is very heavy for landing…

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