Create DomFlags for Firefox #2

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plapier opened this Issue Jul 23, 2014 · 15 comments

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plapier commented Jul 23, 2014

Give a ๐Ÿ‘ if you'd like to see DomFlags ported to FireFox.

@plapier plapier changed the title from Port DomFlags to FireFox to Create DomFlags for FireFox Jul 23, 2014
@plapier plapier changed the title from Create DomFlags for FireFox to Create DomFlags for Firefox Jul 23, 2014
@Florian-R

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Edit: Maybe it's worth linking this repo on http://domflags.com/ for more discoverability.

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plapier commented Jul 25, 2014

@Florian-R Added to the bottom. Thanks.

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mmwtsn commented Sep 23, 2014

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@captainbrosset

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I actually started some time ago to hack something like this in the FirefoxDevTools, but never got to finish it.
My approach was a little different though, you could only flag nodes from the tool itself. The tool would find a way to identify the element uniquely by building a complex-enough CSS selector and would remember it, so that it would persist across page navigation.
I think your approach (with the domflag attribute) makes more sense.

I'd be happy to make a similar extension for FirefoxDevTools.

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