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Great functionality - possibly. Was it discontinued?
At least version 1.1 with Firebug 1.11.4 on Firefox 21.0 can be installed, appears where it should, but does nothing at all ...
I love the concept for this tool, but it doesn't accurateltly report on inline styles. Actual inline style count was half that or reported number.
very nice tool. But I cant activate/deactivate the options.
ATTENTION: as ssokolow stated, it changes toolbars, like you're on HTML tab, then after some seconds it changes to inline code finder one! second bug: even if you disable firebug and inline code finder, you still see the lines red-green you see in screenshoot. Wait for an update.
The problems you mentioned have been fixed in the latest release, 0.94. Please download that and all should be fine.
At first - thanks for developing this app!
I found a minor & uncomfortable bug:
When it's activated on a website which has a "text-align:right;" CSS property, it makes the window's text to aligned to the right.
By "window" I mean to the small window that appears when you point on an element with your mouse. The window contain CSS code.
Sorry for any mistakes, English isn't my native language.
Useful extension, but it drives me nuts that it clutters up Firebug's toolbar even when another tab is selected.
Nice feature, although it's begin to be messy if there is to many inline styles.
One thing that bothered me is: when you pointing objects close to the edge of scroll the pop up appears outside the scroll.
Very good extension except that after refresh page it goes on top instead of firebug console tab.
Very nicely done.
Would be even better with a little "Run now" button somewhere, perhaps in the options menu, as a distinct item, or next to the options menu.
Firebug is nothing short of amazing, so I like it when other authors can extend its functionality with ideas such as this one. Works a lot better when it's part of Firebug than its stand-alone extension counterpart, as it allows me to stick to my current work flow.
Works nicely to discover inline horrors that every developer should avoid on their webpages.
Handy when reviewing sites, this is even better then 9640. Good work Robert!
Nice and clean! Nicely integrated to Firebug and does what it's supposed to and shows the information in a clean way.