If you set a shorthand property like "font" (this example taken from http://html5boilerplate.com): font: 300 16px/1.5 "Helvetica Neue", sans-serif; then you get infrequently used properties like font-stretch appearing in the Computed view. The computed view could filter out the properties that are just the default values.
Summary: show only non-default values in Computed view → show only non-default values in Computed view (for shorthand properties)
OS: Mac OS X → All
Hardware: x86 → All
triage, filter on centaur
Priority: -- → P3
Isn't that already fixed? I.e. browser styles are hidden behind the 'Browser styles' checkbox. Sebastian
(In reply to Sebastian Zartner [:sebo] from comment #2) > Isn't that already fixed? I.e. browser styles are hidden behind the 'Browser > styles' checkbox. > > Sebastian This is not about browser / user agent styles. If you try the example in comment 0, you'll see it's still true today.
Ah, I misinterpreted the description. So in the example it's just expected to see font-family "Open Sans",sans-serif font-size 17px line-height 23.8px and no other longhand properties for font: 17px/1.4 "Open Sans",sans-serif; Sebastian
Component: Developer Tools: Inspector → Developer Tools: Computed Styles Inspector
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