7 comments

  • V. M, 2 months ago

    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.

    Sound interesting? Try it in beta before rest of the world does by answering few quick questions

    Keep spreading the love

    -VM

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    • Pablo StanleyPablo Stanley, 2 months ago

      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.

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      • V. MV. M, 2 months ago

        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

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  • Riho KrollRiho Kroll, 2 months ago

    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.

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    • V. M, 2 months ago

      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.

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  • Kurtis Morrison, 2 months ago

    This looks really cool! I often tweak designs within Chrome's developer tools, so it looks like I'll have to try this.

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    • V. M, 2 months ago

      I'd love you to try Visual inspector - The Next Web called it designers' alternate of chrome devtools.

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