[webkit-dev] Re: [webkit-reviews] Highlighing Object Lists

Adam Roben aroben at apple.com
Mon Aug 13 13:09:43 PDT 2007

On Aug 13, 2007, at 1:03 PM, Johnson, Geoffrey wrote:

> Hi Adam,
> I think the bug you were looking for is logged as 14401, and also  
> there appears to be a patch which allows users the freedom to copy  
> and paste network requests.  I tried implementing the patch however  
> I couldn’t get it to work.  Would it be possible to verify that it  
> is still correct?

    The bug/patch you're referring to make it possible to select and  
copy the HTTP headers shown when you click on a resource in the  
Network Panel. It sounds like you want to copy the actual list of  
resources, though, which I don't believe is currently possible and  
should be filed as a new bug.


> Thanks,
> Geoffrey Johnson
> From: Adam Roben [mailto:aroben at apple.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, August 08, 2007 1:11 PM
> To: Johnson, Geoffrey
> Cc: WebKit Development
> Subject: Re: [webkit-reviews] Highlighing Object Lists
> On Aug 8, 2007, at 6:37 AM, Johnson, Geoffrey wrote:
>  Is it possible to get Webkit Inspector to highlight the list of  
> objects in “Network” so that they can be copied?  I would like to  
> paste the object list into a text editor as is possible in Firebug,  
> but currently this is not supported.  Thanks.
> (I'm moving this thread to webkit-dev, which is the appropriate list  
> for discussions such as this).
> Hi-
>    There's not currently a way to copy from the Network panel of the  
> Inspector, though this is something we'd definitely like to support.  
> We'd also like to support copying from other parts of the Inspector  
> (e.g., the DOM view). I thought we had a bug filed on this, but I  
> can't find it right now, so it would be great if you could file one  
> on http://bugs.webkit.org/ !
> -Adam

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