I just installed this toolbar on XP and it asked for a reboot after the install. First time, after rebooting, IE could not able to connect to any web sites. But started working back after reopening the IE. And at first, its a great tool for any web developer to have a look at any page to decide what the things were. Here is a screenshot of this blog with links, class and id information enabled (the loading of tags, paths are very slow, may be in RC we can expect the speed boost).
The Feed validator already listed few bugs in the website, may be this could be the reason why my RSS is not displaying the data correctly. I should spend sometime during the weekend to fix this by taking the help of the error listed using this tool. Good to go, and the tool is already helping me in fixing my coding 🙂
You can find a detailed review about the toolbar from Nicholas Rougeux blog.
Windows Vista BrokeSo, thought of experimenting how the install works on my Vista, and the install process went quite well (even though it took ~1 minute to install it) and asked for reboot. After rebooting, and entering the LOGIN information, I get an error as shown in the screen shot below:
After pressing OK, returns back to LOGIN screen. I captured the above image using Remote desktop. IE Dev tool broke my vista. I dont know what to do now to get my VISTA working back.