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Issue 3829: DOM Element History
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Status:  Triaged
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Cc:  odva...@gmail.com, sebastia...@gmail.com


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Reported by evyat...@gmail.com, Dec 24, 2010
Lately we've been seeing a lot of animations on the web, whether by css-transition or JS. Debugging it is problematic since it can happen very quickly.

What I'm suggesting is some sort of "history" for elements.

For example, if I use jQuery's fadeIn on an element, on Firebug I'll only see the initial and final states of the element (since it happens too quickly).

I wonder if it'll be possible to right click the element, and press a "Show History" option which will shows me all the steps it took.

If that's too much, maybe you could "debug" a DOM element to activate this option.
Dec 24, 2010
Project Member #1 johnjbar...@johnjbarton.com
Yes this would be dynamite. I saw a research prototype with this ability from CMU student Stephen Oney. It was a ways from being practical but it showed the potential.
Status: Triaged
Cc: johnjbar...@johnjbarton.com odvarko
Labels: Type-Enhancement html
Jan 3, 2011
Project Member #2 odva...@gmail.com
Is there any more info about his work available somewhere?
Honza
Jun 15, 2011
#4 sebastia...@gmx.de
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Mar 23, 2013
Project Member #5 sebastia...@gmail.com
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Apr 9, 2013
Project Member #6 sebastia...@gmail.com
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Cc: -johnjbar...@johnjbarton.com -sebastia...@gmx.de
Labels: Test-case-needed
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