what im essentially doing is
var dictionary = [ HERE I PASTE ALMOST 200k ENTRIES ]
Error saving setting with name: consoleHistory, value length: 8613059.
Error: Failed to set the 'consoleHistory' property on 'Storage':
Setting the value of 'consoleHistory' exceeded the quota.
Ten largest settings: Setting: 'consoleHistory', size: 2872834
Setting: 'previouslyViewedFiles', size: 5462 Setting:
'networkLogColumnsVisibility', size: 378 Setting:
'dataGrid-networkLog-columnWeights', size: 340 Setting: 'userAgent',
size: 146 Setting: 'Inspector.drawerSplitViewState', size: 94 Setting:
'selectedAuditCategories', size: 79 Setting:
'sourcesPanelNavigatorSplitViewState', size: 65 Setting:
'sourcesPanelSplitViewState', size: 65 Setting:
'InspectorView.splitViewState', size: 42
The console history is a record of everything that is executed in the console. so every time you're entering the 200k you are appending that to the history. LocalStorage space cant be adjusted its set to 5MB, but as long as your entry is under that and you are just entering it once then this shouldn't be a problem.
You can delete the console history to free up space.
The devtools is just another window so it can be inspected and modified like any other webpage.
Inspect Dev Tools window.
This will open another devtools window where you can inspect and modify the devtools.
Remove consoleHistory form LocalStorage
Navigate to the newly opened devtools window.
localStorage.removeItem('consoleHistory'); into the console doesn't work;
So you have to do it the long way.
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