I’m on Chrome Version 41.0.2272.101 m (newest), and this update is messed up. They put it, when you have inspector open, that any DOM change will flash with purple on the changed element (like in Firefox), but now I cannot inspect any hovered object (also like in FF, which is why I don’t like to use it when doing front end developing).
I’m talking about js triggered events, like superfish for instance. Before, I could hover the menu, and cover the menu with the inspector, and the menu would stay opened, and I could go in the inspector see what pseudoelements are created, change the paddings and such directly, and see the change. Now, when I hover the menu, and right click to inspect it, the menu closes, and I cannot inspect it!
I tried dragging the inspector over, but nothing helped. This new ‘feature’ is annoying as hell. Is there a way to inspect js triggered events, without putting break points on elements (which works, but is kinda pain in the ass)?
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