FF developer html representation

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Have I clicked something by accident? I am getting a lot of pesky:

repeat-y scroll 0%; -moz-background-clip: -moz-initial;
-moz-background-origin: -moz-initial;
-moz-background-inline-policy: -moz-initial;...

added to the html markup when viewing in FF "Web Developer" tool,
(the Edit HTML)

I assume this is all 'final resolved' code but I never used to
see it I am pretty sure as long ago as a last week? I don't like
it at all. Who wants so much complexity?


Re: FF developer html representation

dorayme wrote:
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Do you simultaneously have some other Web Developer feature going, such
as Outline Block Level Elements or something? I believe I've seen these
things show up "in the code" sometimes.

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Re: FF developer html representation

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I often tick "show element names" and "outline elements"?

But no, even with these unticked, I am getting this pesky

It happens even when I drag a plain text html file over the open
FF window, all this extra stuff is showing. I can delete it by
hand, boring, and it then stays gone until a refresh or another
text-file drag is done. It also happens when I am looking at
external websites. With the internal ones, it is easy to avoid by
copy pasting the html text into the developer code window. But
for external sites, it means messing about and getting source
code and doing same...

Something has happened! Just took another look at my options and
I can't immediately see anything relevant? I know have set FF to
auto update, perhaps there is a new build with some bug in it or
some unwelcome decision has been taken?


Re: FF developer html representation

Well bust mah britches and call me cheeky, on Thu, 11 Oct 2007 01:33:57 GMT
dorayme scribed:

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FF has recently (-last few days) been upped to

Half lies are worth twice as much as whole lies.

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