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    How can I NOT trace into the jQuery source code in my Google Chrome Browser?

    How can I NOT be forced to walk through the jQuery source code(jquery-1.7.2.min.js) in my specific case. I am using Google's Chrome browser to debug my javascript/jquery code. It's nothing but a waste of my precious time to have to hit Shift-F11 an ungodly amount of times to get to the actual breakpoint in "my" javascript/jquery code which is the ultimate goal. To debug "my" code, not "jquery-1.7.2.min.js" file. Please help me solve this debilitating annonyance. Thanks to all for reading.

    Edit: Just to be clear, I have not set any breakpoints in the jquery-1.7.2.min.js source code. But it has decided it's going to break inside it multiple times in spite of my wishes.

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    One of the buttons at the top is for skipping over a function rather than tracing into it.

    Another alternative is to set breakpoints so that you can skip to the breakpoint immediately before the piece of code you want to debug.
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