DNers, you have shared lots of love to Visual Inspector (27,000 designers made half-million websites pixel perfect) - we would like to thank you with an update - Visual Inspector 2.0 .
With this update, you will be able to:
- Export changes as CSS
- Save them locally for editing later
- Edit Margin/padding in the page
Planning to bring collaboration, on-cloud sync, commenting and lot more in next version.
Keep spreading the love
I love the exporting function. Is that new? I hadn't seen it before. Canvas-Mothafuckin-Flip FTW! Thanks for building such a useful tool, V.
Hiiiiiiii Pablo.. So good to hear from you again. Yes, CSS export is part of Visual Inspector 2.0
We are onto making it more collaborative via comments, real-time editing and much more. You'll be among first to see this, I promise..
Till then, keep spreading the love... <3
Hey, Mitchel!! it's a small team working on Visual inspector and have to address lots of expectation in Chrome itself.
Firefox is on the radar but may take some time. Will keep you posted.
This seems rather nice. One criticism I would have is that it doesn't show properties that are not explicitly exposed through your interface. I noticed this on the extension website, where the text has a text-shadow property. Would be nice if there was a list at the bottom with all the remaining properties that you haven't defined a custom UI for yet.
Very good suggestion @Riho. In fact, we wanted to keep it minimal but the number of properties grew during beta feedback.. :)
Let me pass this to the team and update you when this is in place. Thanks.
This looks really cool! I often tweak designs within Chrome's developer tools, so it looks like I'll have to try this.
I'd love you to try Visual inspector - The Next Web called it designers' alternate of chrome devtools.