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Stephanie Handsteiner • Edited

You can have several views next to each other, saving you from needing to change to another view every so often, and a view like that makes it overall easier to compare different viewports to one another.

Developer focussed browsers like Sizzy have the same feature included.

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Ivan Jeremic

But is it really so hard to switch views in devtools?

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robvirtuoso

Why can't we be happy for the 16 yr old student for his achievement and just congratulate him for his work?

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Stephanie Handsteiner • Edited

Of course it's not hard to do that, I never said that it was.

In the end it's a personal choice, and both is valid, whatever suits ones workflow.

Some (like myself as well) like to view some viewports in parallel to compare them, maybe also with synchronised scrolling and actions (you do something in one device, and it does the same on every other screen, kinda like GhostLab allows you to do as well), some work best solely with responsive mode.

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Aleksei Berezkin

Yes we are indeed happy for this achievement, really 🙂 It's also okay to challenge an idea a bit so the author knows how to improve the app. Ofc, if that sounds not friendly, that's our fault.

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