CSS Inspector is a Chrome Extension for:
πŸ”Ž Get CSS Properties simply by selecting an element
🎨 Get the color palette from any website
πŸ– Get a color reading from any point in your browser
πŸ“ Get elements distance
πŸ…° Inspect fonts and font properties
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Danny Postma
Building products to help makers convert
πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€” /cc @gvrizzo https://cln.sh/ycOp https://cln.sh/MMWx Edit: If you’re digging this product. Go signup for the original CSS Scan that got brutally copied πŸ‘‡πŸ» https://getcssscan.com/
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Kristjan Quadi
Maker
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@gvrizzo @dannypostmaa As I said in my last comment I was inspired by CSS for the element inspect functionality, CSS Inspector not only does that it is also capable of extracting the color palette, color picker from any color, detect any source and calculate the dimension between two elements . These are great features that CSS Scan doesn't perform. I would like to invite you to test it. Thanks for your feedback
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Danny Postma
Building products to help makers convert
@gvrizzo @kristjan95 Being inspired and stealing are two different things. As Will Willems stated, no one has a monopoly. But, you’ve obviously chosen the stealing part, as your landing page is an exact copy of CSS Scan (see Lucas comment). Even the design of the CSS snippets are the same down to the colors. If you would have chosen to go for your own style, none of these comments would have been here.
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Kristjan Quadi
Maker
I love to create tech products
@gvrizzo @dannypostmaa It's true that the landing is very similar but the functionalities are completely different, I would like you try it please and tell me if you really think that both provide the same value
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Guilherme Rizzo
CSS Scan, CSS Scan Pro, and toast.log
@kristjan95 Yes, you didn't copy the color palette, color picker, and ruler from CSS Scan. You've copied these ones from CSS Scan Pro (http://cssscanpro.com/) πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ Thanks, @dannypostmaa, and everyone for the support!
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Kristjan Quadi
Maker
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You know perfectly well that's not true @gvrizzo, in fact your product has copied each of its features from other extensions. Dimension is a chrome extension that does the same thing as CSS Scan Pro and that I've added to CSS Inspector as well. Congratulations because you have made everyone believe that they are your features and it's not true. The same is applicable to Color Picker, Palette, etc. You have copied in your extension the features of others making them pass through yours applying some design. You have filled the timeline with negative comments and accusing me of a copy and that's not good, sorry.
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Shashank
Full Stack Dev
Just read the comments and now I am going to use "css scan"!!
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Kristjan Quadi
Maker
I love to create tech products
@itsshashank As I said in my last comment I was inspired by CSS for the element inspect functionality, CSS Inspector not only does that it is also capable of extracting the color palette, color picker from any color, detect any source and calculate the dimension between two elements . These are great features that CSS Scan doesn't perform. I would like to invite you to test it. Thanks for your feedback
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Shashank
Full Stack Dev
@kristjan95 Sorry, I don't really want to be mean but even your response is not original. You copy pasted the same reply to everyone! Also, I hope you are able to understand the hatred towards someone who is publicly copying someone else's work. Most of the hackers, creators & developers here have been in similar situations before in their life. We all have seen our work copied in front of us and in most cases there is very little we can do. But now we have communities like IndieHacker, ProductHunt, etc where the entire community stands together against such behaviors.
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NextBeat AppWeb developer from Spain to the world
Hi ! @kristjan95 first of all, congratulations with your product ! I just bought it because it seems amazing for me. And it is just like you said, you have been inspired by other products and have incorporated and elaborated the same functionality to give this piece of toolbox to us. I think this is good for the industry ... if we don't make new products inspiring in another good products that had been launched before ... we will never grow ! I think you have a lot of haters that are giving bad reviews in your product and THEY DIDN'T TRY IT . Please guys ... you have to only click on the website of css inspector and click the try it button ... this tool is a f... awesome tool ! Again, congratulation @kristjan95 and continue doing this type of products to the world.
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Kristjan Quadi
Maker
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Thank you very much for your words @another_developer_guy , I hope you like the product
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David MacΓ­asCEO Videolean
Very interesting Kristjan.
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Kristjan Quadi
Maker
I love to create tech products
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Kristjan Quadi
Maker
I love to create tech products
Hi everyone, first of all thank you very much for your support! It is incredible to see the reception that the product is having. Those who say that the product is a copy of CSS Scan just add that while it is true that I was inspired by CSS for the element inspect functionality, CSS Inspector not only does that it is also capable of extracting the color palette, color picker from any color, detect any source and calculate the dimension between two elements. These are great features that CSS Scan doesn't perform. I have been inspired by several successful extensions to offer this extension which is a Toolkit for Developers and Designers. I hope all of you can try it and see the potential of this extension. Any feedback will be welcome. Thank you all Best, Kristjan
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