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I was watching part of Using TypeScript for Large Angular JS Applications on TypeScript. In the SourceMaps and TypeScript section, Justin Schwarty mentions that ctrl+p in the Chrome Dev Tools will pull up a list of files (css, js) that you can debug against. This is similar to the ctrl + comma in Visual Studio (or ctrl + t with Resharper).

Hopefully, you’re already aware of this, but for me it will be a huge time server. I’ve searched through the tree of files far too often.

The official shortcuts page doesn’t show this from what I saw. It says ctrl+p + line number. Maybe the page is out of date?

Additional note: ctrl+g lets you get to a line number, but if you delete the : it will give you the same functionality as ctrl + p.

Posted on Tuesday, January 13, 2015 4:03 PM Productivity , JavaScript , Tools | Back to top


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