When working with jQuery on webpages, I regularly use the Devtools context menu option 'Copy JS path', this produces something like:
document.querySelector('element1 > element2')
then I always need to replace
'document.querySelector' with a
'$' for jQuery to work... so tedious!
I wrote a small Autohotkey utility script which detects
'document.querySelector' when in the clipboard and automatically replaces it with a
'$' - it's very simple and effective.
install Authotkey, save as 'clippie.ahk' (for example):
StringReplace, clipboard, clipboard, document.querySelector,
(minor note: if you ever need to copy/paste '
document.querySelector', just copy/paste '
document.querySelecto' and then manually add '
r' at the end)
Or, if you're brave, I compiled the script into an .exe you can download:
clippie - Copy jQuery path