Where did moz-extension:// go?

Bob Silverberg bsilverberg at mozilla.com
Tue Oct 31 12:29:30 UTC 2017

Does your extension have a background page? If not then there may be times
when none of your extension code is running in which case you might not see
the moz-extension:// protocol listed.


On Mon, Oct 30, 2017 at 7:25 PM, Mike Lissner <mike at free.law> wrote:

> This happens to me frequently: I'm debugging and then for no apparent
> reason, my extension stops showing up in debugger for the page. I see this
> instead:
> [image: Screenshot from 2017-10-30 16-22-13.png]
> The extension should be listed there under the moz-extension:// protocol.
> Is this known/expected behavior? Can I avoid this somehow?
> I can usually get it to work by refreshing the extension, but it makes
> debugging rather frustrating to have the code show up and disappear all the
> time.
> Help?
> Thanks,
> Mike
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