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sangheeta 2009-03-13 06:34 AM

Page info inspector in 5.9.2 SP
 
Hello,

I've notice the page info inspector lighter in the SP 5.9.2.
For example, .flv or .mp4 videos (from site like youtube etc.)do not appears anymore in the information. They can be found in activity window, but disappears when loading is complete.

So, how will be the page info inspector in the future? Like before or like the 5.9.2 SP?

Thanks

JKT 2009-03-13 08:03 AM

The WebKit inspector works for this instead:

[img]http://homepage.mac.com/jtyzack/.Pictures/screenshots/OW592WKinspector.jpg[/img]

JKT 2009-03-13 08:04 AM

However, I can't remember if it is active by default or if you need to activate it via a hidden preference...

sangheeta 2009-03-13 08:40 AM

I was talking about the page info inspector (command+I) , not the "inspect element" available in the contextual menu.
Up to 5.9.1, this page info was more powerfull, and to catch any objects using this, was very easy.

See this example picture with a video on youtube:

[url]http://screencast.com/t/1mSZXmag2ZR[/url]

JKT 2009-03-13 10:34 AM

Sorry, I wasn't clear... I was talking about the future - I think it is likely that the WebKit inspector will replace OmniWeb's built-in function as it is already much more powerful and easier to use. If you activate it, you can download all the components on the page much like you can do now with the built-in capability, etc. It also doesn't suffer from the missing files syndrome that OmniWeb's own one does.

JKT 2009-03-13 10:35 AM

Fwiw, the Resources tab shows you all the files that compose the page.

sangheeta 2009-03-13 11:02 AM

Ok, thanks JKT.
I'm starting to use the WK inspector, it's less handy that my "page info inspector" because there is no "save as…" button, but I start to understand how to use it, all I want is in the ressource panel as you said.

JKT 2009-03-13 11:16 AM

You can drag and drop image files from the main window of the inspector to the Finder to get them. Not sure about the text files other than copy and paste...

sangheeta 2009-03-13 11:25 AM

Yes, I found how to drag image to the finder. To save a .flv for example, I have to highlight the adress, then drag it into the Omniweb window and the download starts.
Thanks again for your help. ;)


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