Re: Making styles exposed though getMatchedStylesForNode command editable

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Hadley Wickham

Feb 24, 2017, 12:48:39 PM2/24/17
to Emil Sjölander, devtools
I think you posed this to the wrong mailing list.

On Fri, Feb 24, 2017 at 4:35 AM, Emil Sjölander
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> Hi, I'm currently working on improvements to the android debugging tool
> stetho ( and have been trying to make
> styles exposed by the android application editable. I have tried with both
> getMatchedStylesForNode and getInlineStylesForNode but I am not able to make
> any of the styles editable, they instead show up grayed out. Inspecting the
> inspector shows they have the `read-only` css class applied to them. I tried
> greping the javascript for devtools for this class but was unable to find
> any clear way to control this via the devtools RPC api defined in
> protocol.json. This may be an issue with stetho using an old version of the
> protocol but I'm not convinced about that because looking at the new version
> I don't see anything which I am hopeful would allow what I want. I also
> tried dynamically creating a stylesheet and then associating the matched
> styles of a node with that stylesheet. The idea was that maybe a style needs
> a backing stylesheet to be editable. This didn't work however I didn't
> explore this very thoroughly so happy to try again if you think this is the
> reason none of the styles are editable.
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