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Chrome DevTools Sep 12
Ah, weird. I've never thought about that scenario. File a bug at , please. ^
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Chrome DevTools Sep 12
Send a feature request to please. You can also monitor FPS from the real-time Performance Monitor, which will get the data out of the viewport completely. ^
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Chrome DevTools Sep 12
It's a bug. ^
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Chrome DevTools Sep 12
Sorry. Pinging the team right now. ^
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Chrome DevTools Sep 12
Replying to @chriscarterux
Capture Node Screenshot?
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Chrome DevTools Sep 12
Replying to @tucsonlabs
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Chrome DevTools Sep 12
Safari has some cool energy usage and canvas debugging features not available in any other browser
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Chrome DevTools Sep 12
No one is working on anything similar at the moment. This feature got a big response so we may build something similar in the future. ^
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Chrome DevTools Sep 12
It's not shade. We think of other browser DevTools as collaborators towards making the web the best developer platform more than competitors. ^
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Chrome DevTools Sep 11
Congratulations . Great feature.
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Chrome DevTools Sep 10
On top of opening the Elements panel, this shortcut also enables Inspect Mode. As you hover over elements you'll see a detailed tooltip with commonly needed info about the element, like color, font, contrast ratio ^
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Chrome DevTools Sep 10
You can use it now if you download Chrome Canary ^
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Umar Hansa Sep 6
🔥️ DevTools Tip: Use console.groupCollapsed() to have have your messages collapsed by default. Use .group() to expand by default. Helps avoid a cluttered console!
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Addy Osmani Sep 9
Puppeteer Recorder is game-changing for tests: ~ This Chrome extension records interactions & *generates* replay scripts 🤯
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Kent C. Dodds Sep 9
Quickly determine JavaScript performance bottlenecks of interactions in your app via the Performance tab of . There's a LOT more to this stuff, but learning how to use these tools is super helpful!
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Chrome DevTools Sep 5
Hah, good eye. Can you file a bug at ? ^
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Jon Kuperman Aug 4
One of my favorite tricks is when you can't figure out what CSS selector is causing what you see, click on the Computed tab in the Elements panel. It shows who wins after the specificity wars :) And you can click on a property to take you to the specific rule!
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