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    JavaScript Errors in Safari

    I wrote a couple of new classes utilizing YUI, and they work OK in IE(6), Mozz(1.*) and Opera(7.*). However, when I tested the page that is using them in Safary, they didn't worked at all. The funny thing is that I don't see any windows or indicators for showing the JS errors like Mozz and IE do. Since I am a Mac newbie, can you help me withi this matter -- how can I see the JS errors that happened in Safari (we are using a Intel-based macMini)?

    10x in advance.

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    There is a hidden JavaScript console, but it pretty much sucks, since it sometimes gives really bad error messages

    If you want a better console you can download a nightly build of Safari. That will include a better JS console named Drosera


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