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04-05-2018

We have had a lot of issues troubleshooting a recent issue experienced in IE. Having an Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger for other browsers would have allowed us to be more efficient in our troubleshooting. This would also be helpful from an Analytics perspective.

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For Safari, there is a solution that I just recently uncovered that has been a lifesaver:


https://requestly.io/desktop

 

You can create rules using the web extension in Chrome or Firefox that basically point the embed code URL from the production one to staging, and then the desktop app automatically runs your internet through the proxy in the tool and applies them.  All you need to select is "Request Redirect" and then enter your production library URL from the embed code setup, and then the library you want to test from the embed code setup.

 

It works great for me testing Safari, (I then review using the network tab after checking "Show Develop menu in menu bar").  It's in Beta and only available on MacOS currently, but you probably can do something with Fiddler on Windows, although not as easily.