It would be really nice to be able get all of the text out of the middle inspector pane. If I select <html> and press cmd-c I get the contents of <html>, but not the contents of any elements are exposed by a downward disclosure triangle. At the moment it appears the my only option is to get a series of screenshots or copy each element individually.
I am not sure I follow, can you explain more?
The ticket probably needs a more generic title though and a better explanation. I had a couple of ideas on this already, obviously it's a tricky problem to solve. Many people simply want to hack some code and change some styles, then hit the "Save" button to save the files back onto their drive.
Two things here:
1) A basic export. Take the computed DOM representation and transform it back into linear markup+style, then offer as download. Should be doable.
Changing the subject to better reflect the nature of this feature.
Currently we are working on a feature (38578) that allows for a CSS export. I
am enetering it as dependency for this one, because it will be the first step
towards making a full-featured exporter.
*** Bug 31667 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Just to clarify, we'll be using this feature request to track much-requested
feature that implements functionality similar to that of firediff.
Users want an ability to export the changes that they made using live-editing
The copying of entire DOM subtree contents works as the bug author describes.