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Just what the title says. Where can I find the javascript console in safari?

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possible duplicate of Equivalent of Firefox's "error console" in other browsers – PleaseStand May 24 '11 at 21:35
Gear Thingy --> Preferences --> Advanced, Check "Show develop in menu bar"

Then Page Icon --> Develop --> Show Web Inspector  

I'm using Safari 5.0.4 but it should be the same. i'll download .0.5 and check, to be sure though.


Wow, i totally forgot to edit this. Anywho, i downloaded 5.0.5 and it still works. Click the Gear, then click preferences, then Advanced, then Check "Show develop in menu bar", close that out, then click the page icon, then develop, then "show error console"

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I can't find it in 5.0.5 either.... – Traveling_Monk Jun 25 '11 at 8:53

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