For example, for a code fragment of
ele.getElementsByTagName('ul'), you normally get a generic tooltip for the
 array when hovering over the square bracket.
shift, the automatic selection will also include the parentheses and you will now get a tooltip relating to the evaluated selection — in this case, the first
ul element in the
Additionally you can select any text, hold down the
shift key, and get a tooltip with the according evaluated value.
Selection now also works over several lines.
object we show the according class. If you now hover over the class name of any Element, Function, Date, RegExp, Error and Exception, you will get a tooltip with a pretty-printed representation. This also works on top of an other tooltip:
If you hover the pretty-printed tooltip of an element, the according node in the document gets scrolled into view and highlighted.
This is all available on experimental now. Take a look and tell us what you think!