Back in the old days you’ve had to add key lines to the Safari preference files and that was pretty much it, turns out this trick doesn’t work anymore (at least in Safari 4).
To install web inspector: download latest WebKit nightly build, extract files and open run-nightly-webkit.cmd
Find com.apple.Safari.plist file which is located in:
C:\Documents and Settings\\Application Data\Apple Computer\Safari\Preferences\com.apple.Safari.plist
C:\ Users\\AppData\Roaming\Apple Computer\Preferences\com.apple.Safari.plist
Add the following line:
That’s not all. You will also have to enable Web inspector by going to:
Edit > Preferences > Advanced
Select “Show Develop menu in menu bar”
“Inspect Element” context option should be now visible.
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