Introducing Eureka v0.1
element.offsetWidth and Eureka will output the value. If you’d like to see what it looks like at 400 pixels, just type
element.style.width = "400px".
To attach to an instance of Internet Explorer, you need to know its identifier. Type
/instances and you’ll be given a list of running Internet Explorer instances. The identifier is the number to the left of the page title, so you can attach to the first instance by running
/attach 0. Then, type in whatever you want, it will be evaluated as if it were in the page. Want to display all the properties of an object? Type
/inspect and then the object, such as
Eureka requires the .NET Framework v1.1, so make sure you have that installed first, then go download it. I’ve spent a lot of time over the past couple weeks working on this, so I’d like some feedback from people. Please use the contact page to send me feedback.
I hope everyone enjoys Eureka! It’s freeware, so have fun!
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