Inspect element instantly as in chromium with Ctr + shift + C
herrstrietzel last edited by
Its great to see the enhancement in the latest vivaldi versions, One thing I really love about chromium based browsers is the handy CTR+Shift+C shortcut launching the inspector while selecting the currently hovered item in the DOM. For a web developer once you get used to this shortcut its indispensible. Basically this is the only reason I still don't use Vivaldi as my default browser. But maybe i just missed some trick ???
werty8763 last edited by
Try ctrl+shift+I; if you don't like that combo, go to settings->keyboard->scroll down to developer tools and add the keyboard shortcut that you want….
Hope that helped~
_Sascha_ last edited by _Sascha_
I think he looked for a way to toggle the inspect-tool by the shortcut, not the developer-tools itself.
I've a similar issue on mac. (this topic)
I just post this information here, because I found this topic via Google and who knows, maybe my issue and his issue aren't OS related.
Ctrl+Shift+C works in Developer Tools activated in 1.12 Stable and 1.13 Snapshot.