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Created attachment 8711135 [details] Screen Shot 2016-01-21 at 10.33.00 PM.png Not sure how exactly, but atleast have a `pointer` cursor to make it look clicky.
I would like to fix this bug. However this would be my first bug and I have no idea if i have adequate knowledge to debug it . I would try my best howsoever. Please assign this bug to me .
Since this is my first bug , i need some help . Where do i exactly find the code which i have to de-bug ?please help.
The "load more" frame can be found in devtools/client/memory/components/dominator-tree.js -- the `.load-more` class can be styled in devtools/client/themes/memory.css
Hello Jordan, I would like to work on this bug. I'll try to submit a patch as soon as I can. Thank You.
[good first bug] whiteboard -> keyword mass change
If this is still open I would love to work on this bug. Would it be possible to be assigned it?
I really want to give this a shot. Can I have this assigned?
Hi! I uploaded a patch for this. I'm not sure if the .load-more class I implemented has the expected behavior, if not, just let me know which properties are expected and I'll add them right away :)
Thank you for the patch! I'm not really sure of the status of this bug, pinging Greg who will have a better idea.
I would like to work on this bug as part of my university coursework. Please could I be assigned to it and given extra information? Thank you!
(In reply to Rayann Tedds from comment #11) > I would like to work on this bug as part of my university coursework. Please > could I be assigned to it and given extra information? Thank you! Also, how do I actually get to review the bug - is there a HTML file to view or something? Thank you!
Sorry, this fell of my radar. The existing attached patch may actually work for it (although by now it's a kind of stale). This tool is a bit on "maintenance mode" with only fixing regressions. If you're looking for some easy first patches we're actively working on perf.html for performance work in Firefox: https://github.com/devtools-html/perf.html/issues?q=is%3Aissue+is%3Aopen+label%3A%22good+first+issue%22