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    Firebug for Chrome?

    Does anyone know if there is a similar plugin for Chrome then that of the Firebug plugin for Firefox? I'm slowly thinking of switching to Chrome entirely.
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    If Chrome was fully open source, I'd work on my own godamn Firebug-like plugin - there has to be some way of embedding...
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    There is a built-in Inspect Element feature, but that's only a piece of what firebug offers
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    I am bumping this because I also am working with the Firebug type thing in Chrome and I can't figure out how to add a property to an element in it. Can someone help?

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    You could always use Opera which comes with Dragonfly built in as standard. It's a great little app. Better than Firebug, in my opinion, and Opera's the quickest browser I've ever used.

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    Chrome and Safari both use a Webkit Firebug-type tool.

    Just right click on an element and choose "inspect element".
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    I know how to do that matsko.............................................

    I mean when you click on an element, you can disable a property, but I can't figure out how to add a property. Even editing the HTML is difficult.


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