Macs inside Google
Posted by: Kelly Norton, GWT Engineer – fonte: http://googlemac.blogspot.com/
OK, you have to promise not to tell our Windows and Linux users, but we were able to slip a little something extra into the OS X version. One item that has been on our nice-to-have list for some time has been a quality DOM inspector to allow developers to take a look under the hood at the dynamically created tags you find in AJAX applications. On the other platforms, it’s still in the to-be-scheduled stage. But on OS X, right-clicking on the page you’re debugging reveals an interesting option: “Inspect Element.” Select that, and a window appears that should be familiar to you WebKit hackers. Yes, we enabled a feature that is part of WebKit but not turned on in Safari, which enables you to inspect DOM elements in the debuggable browser. But please, whatever you do, don’t tell the Windows or Linux folks about it.