[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 49048] Web Inspector: Feature Request: links from console to elements/scripts

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Sun Nov 7 18:29:35 PST 2010


--- Comment #3 from Xianzhu Wang <phnixwxz at gmail.com>  2010-11-07 18:29:34 PST ---
Thanks Pavel for your timely fix.

However, I'd still argue (1). I think making elements in the console link to Elements panel could be useful. A scenario might be that a developer uses console.log to print an element with page script (where inspect() is not accessible), and then inspects them in the console. The developer could achieve this in another way, but different developers might have different habits in debugging. 

Another benefit of (1) is that an extension can interact with the inspector in this way without using the inspector extension API. For example, a compatibility detection extension finds a problematic element and print it with console.log(), then the user can inspect the element to find more details.

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