A page I just loaded took most of its time downloading a 17k document, despite the ~300k of images. Clearly this wasn't a result of network issues, but instead server latency. Being able to see this on the graph (perhaps darkening the section of the graph in which data is actually loading) would make this much clearer for diagnosing pageload perf problems.
Note: the url may not demonstrate the issue well; it's just the one I saw it at
*** Bug 18034 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Created attachment 20498 [details]
This only changes the display of the individual resource bars, not the bar for totals.
Can you attach a screenshot?
(In reply to comment #4)
> Can you attach a screenshot?
I think we need to update the sorting function to sort by response received and end time.
(In reply to comment #6)
> I think we need to update the sorting function to sort by response received and
> end time.
That ends up looking like this: http://dscoder.com/responsesorting.png
I'm not actually sure which one I prefer... the new one is a little odd, although I certainly see the logic of it.
Created attachment 20516 [details]
This tweaks opacities to look right, and sorts by response received time.
Argh, it also has a tab in it. Fixed locally.
Landed in r31863