Future of the DOM Inspector
Thursday April 10th, 2003
Alex Vincent writes: "The new Mozilla roadmap mentions Inspector integrating with Phoenix sometime after 1.4. I'm working on a number of significant improvements to Inspector which land in the same time-frame. I posted a summary to my weblog."
This is great news. Dom Inspector is one of the most important tools for XUL app and Web development. I'm happy to see some of these older issues being worked on. I don't do much more than simple Web design so it's pretty much good enough for me but I'm sure others will really appreciate the changes.
Two things I miss from DOM Inspector:
1) Alt+D / Ctrl+L to address bar
2) That the right "Object" panel to remember it's last selected view after close (I usually use only "Computed Style" and would like it to be opened by default)
#5 Re: Little wishes
by kb7iuj <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Saturday April 12th, 2003 7:46 PM
File enhancement-severity bugs for these if you want them.
I think the DOM inspector is fantastic.... but I find the UI makes it hard to use. By the time I've expanded the nodeNames enough to see the elements I'm interested in, I have to make the DOM Inspector/Sidebar so wide that I can't see much of the web page!