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Determine which script is slowing the page down in Firefox [closed]
Closed as off topic by Alexei on Oct 12, 2023 at 17:53
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Out of curiosity, I'd like to figure out which script is creating the heaviest load. Note that I also have some blocked with uBlock origin, and I don't want to unblock those - I want to see which of the scripts currently not blocked is slowing it down.
Surely there's a way to use the inspector to get such a basic performance stat. How do I that? All I care about is which script is responsible for what % of computational demand, it doesn't need any more detail beyond that.