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Essential for DOMi on small screens.
The only thing that I'm disappointed about is that I hadn't installed this sooner especially considering that it's been around for a long time.
I love it.
I use a large font size for the DOM Inspector and in order to see the full path and/or value, I have to either drag the divider over to the left to reveal it, or squint to read it in the tooltip.
It's also just a much better way to view and interact with the DOM Inspector.
Thanks for developing it.
Cool vertical layout easier to read deeply-nested.
Update the maxVersion ~!!!
This should be a default option for DOM Inspector.
Having used this going back to the default layout is like wading waist deep through treacle. I've changed the version support number several platforms for Firefox 4 with no problem. I'm sure your flat out on NNL but I hope you keep supporting this.
Thank you very much for this. It works like a charm!
My friend, this makes my life a LOT easier.
I hate the UI of the dom inspector, but of course, never bothered to modify it myself.
Very handy! Works as advertised and is very useful for those of us who like stacked views!
Works as expected.
Chris, Thanks for going to the trouble to write your review. If I could ask a favor: I'm trying to get this approved public but that requires two or three somewhat-detailed reviews. One-liners are not sufficient (which is why an editor deleted your previous review). If you don't mind, could you say a little more and then I can renominate for public release.
(I realize this add-on doesn't do much, which is why I liked your previous comment and thought it was perfect.)
I like it. Should be very useful. A suggestion I have is to try and make tree lists like nodeName scroll when the list expands too far. I never understood why they never made it that way.