I'm a heavy Chrome user for development, and wanted to try out Safari, but how do I get the console to see my traces and other outputs?
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With the Web Inspector pane open and focused, click on the "speech bubble" icon above the left-hand pane, or press Control-8.
Update: Or, whether the Web Inspector pane is open or not, press Option-Command-C; or, if you have made the Developer menu visible in Safari's preferences, drop down "Develop" and choose "Show Error Console".
To enable the Developer Tools in Safari:
Press Option+Cmd+C to open the developer tools window, similar to Chrome's...
You can also press the Esc key anywhere in Web Inspector to move focus to the Quick Console in the bottom bar.
Now on right click on the page, it will give the option to inspect.
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