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    Quote Originally Posted by docco View Post

    Where should I check: Elements? Resources? Network? Sources? Timeline? Profiles? Audits? Console? in window of F12 developer tool?
    Elements.

    If you right-click on the download button and choose "Inspect element" from the context menu, it should go directly to its HTML markup in the Elements tab of the dev tool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by glenngv View Post
    Elements.

    If you right-click on the download button and choose "Inspect element" from the context menu, it should go directly to its HTML markup in the Elements tab of the dev tool.
    Can not, it makes right click disable to escape

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    Quote Originally Posted by docco View Post
    Can not, it makes right click disable to escape
    I assume you're using Google Chrome. You can click the magnifying glass icon to the left of the Elements panel tab and, then, left-click the relevant element (i.e., the button) instead of right-clicking.

    Alternatively, you can try scrolling to the bottom of the Elements panel and triggering the download button. Generally, if an extension is injecting temporary elements into the document, they'll be injected at the end of the body element, so the element may appear there when the button is triggered.
    For every complex problem, there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arbitrator View Post
    I assume you're using Google Chrome. You can click the magnifying glass icon to the left of the Elements panel tab and, then, left-click the relevant element (i.e., the button) instead of right-clicking.

    Alternatively, you can try scrolling to the bottom of the Elements panel and triggering the download button. Generally, if an extension is injecting temporary elements into the document, they'll be injected at the end of the body element, so the element may appear there when the button is triggered.
    Can not. I can say it's so smart to escape

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    I don't understand why you can't use the magnifying glass icon as Arbitrator described.
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