Trace all javascript functions executed while navigating between multiple windows

When I am hitting a URL in my browser, I am navigating through different web pages (probably because of page forwarding code in each web page that is opened). After the final page is loaded, when I looked for the executed javascripts through F12 DeveloperTools(IE), Firebug(FF) & Developer Tools(Chrome), found the scripts that were most recently executed for the last page that is opened. I want to see all javascripts that were executed as I am passing through different pages. Is it possible?
Ravi KallaTechnology LeadAsked:
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I have never come across any plugin that records all events from all pages.
Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
I doubt that you will find such a thing.  In general, javascript is 'sandboxed' between windows for security so that one site can't get info from or about another.
Ravi KallaTechnology LeadAuthor Commented:
Can we debug javascripts line by line starting from first page to last page? Can we use IE developer tools' JavascriptDebug option for it?
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Once you move from one page to another the previous code is gone from memory
Ravi KallaTechnology LeadAuthor Commented:
how can i debug all javascripts line by line starting from first page. I don't want to hold old page's data in memory.
Add a breakpoint, refresh the page and then just step through the code.
Ray PaseurCommented:
You can't hold old pages data "in memory."  I think you need to debug the scripts page-by-page.  You're trying to look for something that browser security deliberately makes invisible.

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