By David Håsätherhzr. Thursday, November 24, 2011 12:13:32 AM
Have you ever tried to debug something like
border: 1px solid rgb(255, 0, 0); in Opera Dragonfly's CSS inspector, only to be greeted by a bunch of expanded properties?
No more! Opera Dragonfly now has support for CSS shorthands, so the previous declaration will now be presented like this:
Values that have been partially overridden will also be shown in this compact shorthand view:
The implementation is not fully done yet. For example, the color swatch isn't added to a color if it's part of a shorthand value. Also, default values for things like the
background property will always be visible. Both of these issues will be fixed.
And if you're a fan of expanded properties, you can still right-click in the CSS inspector and enable "Expand shorthands".
We would appreciate a lot of testing on this experimental release, as a lot of code has been refactored. So edit away, disable declarations and so on, and report back if something breaks.