Unfortunately we still have to support IE6 these days. For Windows 7 one of the best solutions was XP Mode But this is not longer available in Windows 8. I ended up installing just real Windows XP on VirtualBox. Needless to mention licensing issues 🙂 I also found IE Tester tool useful especially with DebugBar. …
I am using for that PowerShell Profile scripts. Here we can add scripts to be loaded always on PowerShell process startup.
IE7 have bunch of positioning bugs when browser resized. See for more details There is a nice css fix for some of them
When MSBuild builds solution file MySolution.sln it actually silently converts it to the well-known MSBuild proj file.Sometime it is useful to see the converted version.To do this you need to set environment variable then when you run it will create corresponding MySolution.sln.metaproj
Sometime you need to understand the physical location of executable you are running.For example I run git in command prompt and I understand that it is loaded from one of directories from the PATH variable.But how to understand which one?!Answer: where.exe
MyBatch.cmd NOTE that inside command you have to escape quote character (“) with backslash (\)
Just found an extremely useful feature of FirebugInspect and commandAfter you’ve found an HTML element using the Inspect tool, you often want to use the command line to manipulate it. Firebug makes it easy; just use the “$0” variable to reference the last element you inspected, or “$1” for the one before that. Source http://getfirebug.com/commandline/