This caused me to track down and fix a few WebKit compatibility issues, both with my weblog, and with my planet.
Sam Ruby on Google Chrome : Control-U takes me to the source of the page in a separate tab, with all of the lengthy lines line wrapped and line numbered. Best of all, all of the links are active. I simply find what I’m looking for, and click on it,...
One big problem with the Chrome view source. It doesn’t show the current page’s source. For example if you hit www.abc.com, then hit view source the source will match, no problem. However if you hit www.abc.com, trigger an action which causes a POST back to site and a new page is displayed with new content then you hit view source you don’t see the current source you simply see the source for www.abc.com. This is a deal breaker for me.
with it’s V8 engine and an extended view area for browsing, I tend to think that gChrome will be used as a platform for rich, AJAX web applications. I mean: developers that create complex web apps will suggest gChrome for end users.