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Delphi Chromium Embedded CEF3: inspect element

The TChromium object does not expose the "inspect element" item in the context menu but it is possible to select dom elements using the magnifying glass in the developer tool.

Feel free to post a comment if you know how to expose the "inspect element" item in the context menu.

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