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Its a great tool. I have been using it for years now. Helps me with not only have a pretty view of XML but also copy the Xpath.
However it is not working on Firefox version 57. Hope I get it working for this version
I right click to get the XPath and it copies nothing.
This is a great help when doing REST development, as the default XML renderer in Firefox is clunky. This works nicely and makes it easier to find what you are looking for in the response.
One feature I'd like to see is if it would turn attribute values that are http links (such as:
It would be cool if this addon will have Linux support!
Doesn't do too much, but what it does do is pretty handy, making Firefox's XML viewer a bit more flexible.
Not sure why this is marked as Windows-only as there's no em:targetPlatform in its install.rdf nor any binary code at all. Faked a Windows useragent, it installed fine, switched back to the default, extension still works fine. You can also just find the xpi in the page source and download directly. (This is not a bug report -- I don't believe the problem is with the extension, but with a.m.o. Just want to let my fellow non-Windows-developers know that this may work for them too.)
could not get it to work on xml output in browser
Works well. One favour: could you add vertical lines that show the indentation level more clearly? (like Notepad++ does) Thanks!
Really great tool. Its always a hassle to close all nodes, and the xpath extract is great for xsl developers