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Saw this on Digg, I especially thing the web inspector might come in real handy

http://dmiessler.com/blog/three-powe...few-people-use
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Thanks for the info!
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The web inspector feature is one of the best. I've been using it since...well some time now. I haven't found anything else that gives such a comprehensive overview of what's happening. Really helpful when finding bugs... It was there since 3.0.3 I think.
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Wow, the web inspector is pretty cool. Thanks!
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The debug menu in Safari has some pretty neat feature for developers.
To turn it on, just enter this into the Terminal:
defaults write com.apple.Safari IncludeDebugMenu 1

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