[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 166906] Web Inspector: elements that have an associated compositing layer should have an indicator in DOMTreeOutline

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Tue Jan 10 18:58:04 PST 2017


Devin Rousso <dcrousso+webkit at gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #2 from Devin Rousso <dcrousso+webkit at gmail.com> ---
Are you suggesting we visually distinguish nodes with layers in the DOM tree?  If so, would it make sense to dim all nodes without layers when the layer sidebar is open?

On another note, from what I can tell it looks like the current method of retrieving layer information is from `WebInspector.layerTreeManager.layersForNode`.  If this is true, then I think it may make sense for us to only retrieve layer info for nodes when the parent is expanded in the tree.  I'm just worried about how well this will perform on pages with large numbers of DOM nodes.  Suggestions are welcome :D

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