Msg#: 3636507 posted 7:59 am on Apr 28, 2008 (gmt 0)
[dragonfly.opera.com...] : "Opera Dragonfly, coming on May 6th". On an Opera staff member's blog it says that "Opera has been lacking real developer tools far too long, so it fantastic that Opera Dragonfly is ready to launch soon. It won't be feature complete by the first alpha, but we are actively working to improve the tools and adding more functionality as time goes on."
Will this be an Opera equivalent to Firefox's wonderful Firebug tool? It is unclear (to me) how Dragonfly relates to the existing developer tools [dev.opera.com].
Msg#: 3636507 posted 5:16 am on May 8, 2008 (gmt 0)
"Its not just the DOM you can inspect. Check out what CSS rules apply to which element, and what rules are inherited or set by browser defaults. Overridden rules are highlighted so you can see what styles are or aren't applied. Support for editing CSS rules will be added in an upcoming version."
Wow! That alone makes me want to play with it - downloading right now.