Firebug allows toggling of CSS shorthands and longhands (I prefer this inline a la Firebug) rather than using an expandable tree. A rule could have both "border: 0 solid #F00" and "border-bottom: 10px". If that is what is in my CSS then that is what I would want to see in the rule view instead of the mess that we currently show.
I assume the issue here is rather that in the case of having 'border' and 'border-*' defined, the serialization fails. See bug 713613. Sebastian
(In reply to Sebastian Zartner [:sebo] from comment #1) > I assume the issue here is rather that in the case of having 'border' and > 'border-*' defined, the serialization fails. See bug 713613. > > Sebastian Yes, it is due to the way we parse CSS. Not much we can do without causing memory bloat. At some point I will probably write a CSS parser using JS, which isn't hard. I often wonder if this would be a better solution as we could include vendor prefixed and authored CSS.
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