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inspect UI with dev tools
i tried this
but im still not able to inspect UI with dev tools
@qwality What OS do you use, and how did you start vivaldi?Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
windows 10 ,
i made shortcut and set its target to:
C:\Users\lowqw\AppData\Local\Vivaldi\Application\vivaldi.exe --debug-packed-apps --silent-debugger-extension-api
@qwality Hard to tell, I'm not on windows. But open your task manager after closing Vivaldi and check if any processes remain. Maybe something is blocking the switches from working correctly.
@qwality Try adding this instead, its what i use:
--flag-switches-begin --debug-packed-apps --silent-debugger-extension-api --flag-switches-endReply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
@lonm You do not need
--flag-switches-end. Works without.
These flags are for let me say "optical reasons" in commandline, to distinguish own parameters from already set internal parameters.
Sorry, i am not able to explain it better. :blush:Reply Quote 1 1 Reply Last reply
Close all other Vivaldi browsers running.
Start special UI debug shortcut.
Use the mouse context menu to inspect the UI (F12 or Ctrl+Shift+I does not work).
Dev Tools window appears.
tested with 1.13.1008.44 and 1.14.1077.25 on Win 10 x64
Is the Dev Tools window somewhere hidden on your Windows desktop or on a second monitor? Try to use Alt+Tab to switch thru the opened windows to see if there is a Dev Tools window.Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
ok, so i closed all processes of vivaldi (updater was in the way...)
and then it works
(simple Ctrl+Shift+I doesnt work as mentioned, have to right click UI and select Inspect which opens Dev Tools)
thanks for helping me out
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