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-# Opera Dragonfly 1.0 Field Guide
+# Opera Dragonfly 1.0 field guide
 
 ## Getting started
 
-<a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#dragonfly">Opera Dragonfly</a> is a fully featured development and <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#debugging">debugging</a> tool integrated into the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-browser">Opera browser</a>. It requires no additional installation or setup, and works across many of Opera’s browsers and <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-presto">Opera Presto</a> based products, such as <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-mobile>Opera Mobile</a> and <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-widgets>Opera Widgets</a>.
+<a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#dragonfly">Opera Dragonfly</a> is a fully featured development and <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#debugging">debugging</a> tool integrated into the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-browser">Opera browser</a>. It requires no additional installation or setup and works across many of Opera’s browsers and <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-presto">Opera Presto</a> based products, such as <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-mobile>Opera Mobile</a> and <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-widgets>Opera Widgets</a>.
 
 <img src="img/intro.png" alt="Opera Dragonfly with color picker and magnifier open" />
 
 
 ## Launching Opera Dragonfly
 
-Opera Dragonfly comes pre-installed with the Opera desktop browser. It can be launched in three main ways:
+Opera Dragonfly comes preinstalled with the Opera desktop browser. It can be launched in three main ways:
 
 ### Inspect Element
 
 
 ### Menu item
 
-On Windows and Linux click on the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-menu>Opera menu</a> in the upper left hand corner of the Opera browser <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#chrome">chrome</a> and select Edit → Developer Tools → Opera Dragonfly.
+On Windows and Linux, click on the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-menu>Opera menu</a> in the upper-left-hand corner of the Opera browser <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#chrome">chrome</a> and select Edit → Developer Tools → Opera Dragonfly.
 
-On Mac select Tools → Advanced → Opera Dragonfly from the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#menu-bar">menu bar</a>.
+On Mac, select Tools → Advanced → Opera Dragonfly from the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#menu-bar">menu bar</a>.
 
 ## Window and tab management
 
 
 ### Selecting the debugging context
 
-The first icon of the group is for selecting the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#debugging-context">debugging context</a>. This switches the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#tab">tab</a>, <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#window">window</a>, Widget, or <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-extension">Extension</a> that Opera Dragonfly attaches itself to into debug mode. The default debugging context when opening Opera Dragonfly is the currently <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#active-tab">active tab or window</a>. It may be necessary to switch the debugging context when switching tabs, debugging a page on a <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#remote-device">remote device</a>, or a debugging a Widget or Extension. 
+The first icon of the group is for selecting the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#debugging-context">debugging context</a>. This switches the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#tab">tab</a>, <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#window">window</a>, widget, or <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#opera-extension">extension</a> that Opera Dragonfly attaches itself to into debug mode. The default debugging context when opening Opera Dragonfly is the currently <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#active-tab">active tab or window</a>. It may be necessary to switch the debugging context when switching tabs, debugging a page on a <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#remote-device">remote device</a>, or a debugging a widget or extension. 
 
 <img src="img/context-selector.png" alt="Selecting the debugging context" />
 
 
 ### Detaching the window
 
-By default Opera Dragonfly is <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#docked-mode">docked</a> to the bottom of the browser window. For people with a second or larger monitor, there is a <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#detached-mode">detached mode</a>, which allows Opera Dragonfly to be placed elsewhere on the screen, or moved to the other monitor entirely, freeing up work space. Clicking the detach button switches between the two modes. The state is remembered when the window is closed.
+By default, Opera Dragonfly is <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#docked-mode">docked</a> to the bottom of the browser window. For people with a second or larger monitor, there is a <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#detached-mode">detached mode</a>, which allows Opera Dragonfly to be placed elsewhere on the screen, or moved to the other monitor entirely, freeing up work space. Clicking the Detach button switches between the two modes. The state is remembered when the window is closed.
 
 ### Closing Opera Dragonfly
 
 
 ### Search
 
-The <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#search-bar">search bar</a> can be accessed in the JavaScript Debugger and DOM Inspector using <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>F</kbd> (<kbd>F3</kbd> on Mac, or <kbd>fn</kbd>+<kbd>F3</kbd> for keyboards that define OS functions to the function keys), or clicking on the search button. It is possible to navigate between results using <kbd>Enter</kbd> and <kbd>Shift</kbd>+<kbd>Enter</kbd>. The <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/debugger/">JavaScript Debugger</a> includes an advanced mode for searching in all scripts. More information on search can be found in the relevant chapter for each tool.
+The <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#search-bar">search bar</a> can be accessed in the JavaScript Debugger and DOM Inspector using <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>F</kbd> (<kbd>F3</kbd> on Mac, or <kbd>fn</kbd>+<kbd>F3</kbd> for keyboards that define OS functions to the function keys), or by clicking on the search button. It is possible to navigate between results using <kbd>Enter</kbd> and <kbd>Shift</kbd>+<kbd>Enter</kbd>. The <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/debugger/">JavaScript Debugger</a> includes an advanced mode for searching in all scripts. More information on search can be found in the relevant chapter for each tool.
 
 ### Filtering
 
-A number of panels support <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#filtering">filtering</a>. This is similar to search, but removes all statements that do not meet the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#filter-query">filter query</a>. The filter fields can be found in the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#side-panel">side panels</a> of the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/dom/">DOM Inspector</a> and JavaScript Debugger. Various <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#properties">properties</a> can be filtered out by default, such as <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#initial-style">initial styles</a> in the Style Inspector, and default values which are null or empty strings in the JavaScript Debugger. Switches next to the filter field enable and disable these filters. 
+A number of panels support <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#filtering">filtering</a>. This is similar to search, but removes all statements that do not meet the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#filter-query">filter query</a>. The filter fields can be found in the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#side-panel">side panels</a> of the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/dom/">DOM Inspector</a> and JavaScript Debugger. Various <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#properties">properties</a> can be filtered out by default, such as <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#initial-style">initial styles</a> in the Style Inspector, and default values that are null or empty strings in the JavaScript Debugger. Switches next to the filter field enable and disable these filters. 
 
 ### Document selection
 
 
 ### Editing
 
-Editing content is done consistently across the application. All editing commands can be found in the context menu when right clicking any editable content. Double clicking also enters <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#editing-mode">editing mode</a>; <kbd>Enter</kbd> submits the edit in <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#singleline-editing">single-line edit mode</a>, and <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>Enter</kbd> (<kbd>⌘</kbd>+<kbd>Enter</kbd>) submits an edit in <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#multiline-editing">multi-line edit mode</a>. The <kbd>Esc</kbd> key cancels the edit. Full details on editing can be found in the relevant chapter for each tool.
+Editing content is done consistently across the application. All editing commands can be found in the context menu when right-clicking any editable content. Double-clicking also enters <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#editing-mode">editing mode</a>; <kbd>Enter</kbd> submits the edit in <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#singleline-editing">single-line edit mode</a>, and <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>Enter</kbd> (<kbd>⌘</kbd>+<kbd>Enter</kbd>) submits an edit in <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#multiline-editing">multi-line edit mode</a>. The <kbd>Esc</kbd> key cancels the edit. Full details on editing can be found in the relevant chapter for each tool.
 
 <img src="img/edit-specs.png" alt="Context menu with options for editing and viewing the specification" />
 
 ### Specification links
 
-Throughout the application it is possible to access the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#specification">specification</a> for features such as DOM properties and functions, ECMAScript objects, CSS properties, and HTTP headers. The spec can be accessed by clicking the specification option in the context menu of the relevant feature. 
+Throughout the application, it is possible to access the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#specification">specification</a> for features such as DOM properties and functions, ECMAScript objects, CSS properties, and HTTP headers. The spec can be accessed by clicking the specification option in the context menu of the relevant feature. 
 
 ## Global features
 
 
 ### Remote Debugging
 
-The Remote Debug feature allows Opera Dragonfly to connect to other instances of Opera on a <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#local-device">local</a> or remote device. This is especially useful when working with devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and TVs. Pressing the remote debug button opens the connection overlay. For more information see the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/remote/">remote debugging</a> chapter.
+The Remote Debug feature allows Opera Dragonfly to connect to other instances of Opera on a <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/appendixd/#local-device">local</a> or remote device. This is especially useful when working with devices such as mobile phones, tablets, and TVs. Pressing the Remote Debug button opens the connection overlay. For more information see the <a href="/dragonfly/documentation/remote/">Remote Debugging</a> chapter.
 
 <img src="img/remote.png" alt="Enabling remote debugging" />