Using command line flags is a great way to subtly improve productivity. Whether saving yourself keystrokes or enabling specific features, it’s very much worth knowing the application flags available to you.
To launch a new tab with DevTools in Chrome, you can use the
--auto-open-devtools-for-tabs command line flag:
/Applications/Google Chrome Canary.app/Contents/MacOS/Google Chrome Canary --auto-open-devtools-for-tabs https://davidwalsh.name
Having the DevTools console immediately launch when opening a new tab can be very helpful, if only to avoid needing to complete the keyboard shortcuts every time you launch a tab. If you’re an uber-nerd like me, you’re never not in developer mode!
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I get quite a few support requests for my previous MooTools SmoothScroll article and the issue usually boils down to the fact that SmoothScroll has become Fx.SmoothScroll. Here’s a simple usage of Fx.SmoothScroll. The HTML The only HTML requirement for Fx.SmoothScroll is that all named…