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When using Chrome to debug, I find it incredibly difficult to be efficient due to the fact that I don't see how I can force the "Network" tab of the developer tools to show the full request URI.

It will show the full URI if you hover the link and wait a second, but this is incredibly counterproductive.

All of my AJAX requests are sent to ajax.php, and handled by using query string arguments, like:

ajax.php?do=profile-set
ajax.php?do=game-save

... etc.

Since I use AJAX extensively, my network tab is filled with "ajax.php", but I have to manually hover each and every entry to find the request I am looking for.

Surely there has got to be another way!?

I am constantly fed up by something new in Firefox and immediately force myself back into Chrome, but it is always the developer tools in Chrome that keep me from using it for an extended period of time.

Hopefully I can find out how to do this so I can continue using Chrome as my numero uno.

I've provided a screen shot to show you where I mean:

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Possibly better on Stackoverflow? –  stolsvik Feb 23 '12 at 9:30
    
I thought of that at first since it does seem kind of web-dev related, but the problem I am having actually isn't with development, but using Chrome itself. –  Lev Feb 23 '12 at 12:14
    
Tools of the trade is also eligible on SO. –  stolsvik Feb 23 '12 at 22:21
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File a bug on new.crbug.com. Or you could file it upstream over at wkbug.com/new. Explain your use case the way you did here, and I’m sure it’ll be fixed eventually. –  Mathias Bynens Feb 24 '12 at 7:26

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This is not currently possible. However, there is active work being done on Chrome Dev tools (e.g., https://developers.google.com/chrome-developer-tools/) and you can make a suggestion for an option of this feature.

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This is not something that can be done in Chrome, sorry. In addition, there has been no word about any changes that will be made to the developer panel, so I would not expect this to be added soon.

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