Yes, Xyle Scope is a great tool for debugging CSS indeed - it helped me catch a mis-sized div - but the Web Developer Extension for Firefox was that little extra bit more helpful, since it outlined another mis-sized construct that was built at runtime.
I'll be making the most of my 10-day evaluation period on Xyle Scope, since I've only scratched the surface where it regards using selector matching, and that seems to be the killer feature for large-scale CSS debugging.
Most of my troubles stem from a shotgun marriage between the Kubrick stylesheet and the original PhpWiki layout, and there are all sorts of funky interactions between both sets of styles - Maybe I'll take the plunge and port over K2 when Michael deems it final, or (time permitting) roll my own site design again.
Sadly, today is the half-way mark on my vacation, and I haven't had time to do any of the über-geek stuff I wanted, so that's probably not going to happen soon.
I am, however, getting a lot more sleep, which is great.
Ah, news. Not much to point out, I'm afraid, but two things caught my eye:
- Looks like the mini got an update, being bumped to 1.5GH, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and twice the VRAM (now 64MB). Mine is quietly serving HTTP requests in a closet, but anyone wanting a tiny desktop computer should take a look at this.
- Via João, this amazing presentation by sxip.com CEO Dick Hardt on "Identity 2.0".