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Firebug gives an error

Hi,

I'm loading Firebug into a Qlikview extension, but when I try to display an svg object with d3.js, Firebug complains and makes the console tabs inactive. Please, see the attachments for the code.

Thanks!

Maxim

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Brian_Munz
Employee
Employee

Firebug throws an error anytime you try to inspect an SVG. It’s a more general issue with Firebug light.

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ergustafsson
Partner - Specialist
Partner - Specialist

Hi Maxim

Does Firebug work without the SVG object or the d3 visualization? Then I would recommend you to look into the code of the object or d3, as that is probably where the issue lies.

Regards,

Erik

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Erik,

Thanks for the idea! Yes, firebug works without the svg object. When I add the svg object and hover over it, Firebug spits out the error in the attached screen shot. Any idea what can be going wrong?

Thanks!
Maxim

Brian_Munz
Employee
Employee

Firebug throws an error anytime you try to inspect an SVG. It’s a more general issue with Firebug light.

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Thank you!

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Brian,

Thank you for your reply! Do you know of any alternative ways (besided Firebug) of debugging extensions from Qlikview? (in particular, SVG elements).

Thanks in advance!

Maxim

Brian_Munz
Employee
Employee

I'm assuming the error only happens when you try to inspect the svg itself?

If you're trying to figure out why your svg isn't working firebug might not be a great help anyway. What's the problem you're having? Firebug works well most of the time, and I think if you cancel out the error it should still work fine unless you're trying to inspect an svg.