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  1. Display sent & received bytes in network inspector

    This feature allows users to easily identify the combined size of the response headers and the response body. It also allows users to easily identify the size of the request header and request body.

    Proposed Design
    - Display received size in the summary view (combined size of the response headers and the response body)
    - Display the size of the request and response headers inside the headers tab
    - Display the size of the request and response body inside the body tab
    and the response body)
    -P2: Display content size inside the summary view (resource's decoded content)

    1 vote
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  2. Find results pane

    This feature would add a "Find Results' pane to the debugger. When carrying out a find across files operation in the debugger (by pressing enter) the results will be shown in a pane that lists out all the matches along with a preview. The list of results can be used to navigate the editor to the results.

    Proposed Design
    - A light dismiss pane that will replace the console window when displayed
    - Navigating the results pane (mouse or keyboard) will change the editor view but will not set focus in the editor
    - Activating a match will change the…

    2 votes
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  3. Support for asynchronous pluggable protocol in IE (Internet Explorer)

    Allow custom URI's in Internet Explorer, like nabto://device.company.net.
    Basically implement the IInternetProtocol family of COM interfaces on Windows Phone 8 and allow us to add our own protocol handlers (in the Registry) - it is possible on Windows 8.

    81 votes
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  4. Make it more simple to give feedback

    This screen is way too complex to use. I'm just going to stop using edgr.

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  5. Add new tabs like other browsers do

    When opening a link in a new tab Edge seems to add the new tab at a random place in the middle of my tab array. It takes me quite a while to find it. It seems the logic is each tab has a parent and new tabs are added at the end of all children from the parent tab. Where other browsers add the new tab at the beginning, meaning you know where it's going to be.

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