Press the F12 key to open Firebug in a panel at the bottom of your browser window. This shortcut applies to both PC and Mac users. To close Firebug, simply press F12 again.
Press "Ctrl + F12" or "Command key + F12" to open Firebug in a separate window. Close the window normally once you have completed using Firebug.
Open "Customize Shortcuts" in your browser's "Tools > Firebug " submenu to create a new key binding. Once the Firebug Shortcut Bindings dialog opens, select the "F12" key binding from the list. Type in your new key binding. Press "Enter" to save your new shortcut and close the dialog.
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