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So I'm working on some javascript and I want to set a breakpoint on the line that I'm working on. It seems reasonable that I should be able to go into the Javascript debugger and jump to that line number without having to scroll to it manually.

I have read the documentation and have tried a few logical guesses but there doesn't appear to be a keyboard shortcut to jump to a line number. I can't believe that this would have been missed. Is there a way to jump to a line number?

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I would think so, though I can't seem to find it. Chrome has it, so I assume Safari has it. Did you try Command + L? – daviesgeek Aug 3 '12 at 16:53

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