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  1. Moodle app
  2. MOBILE-2986

Allow enabling developer tools in the desktop version

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    • Testing Instructions:
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      This issue should be tested in all desktop OS.

      1. Install and open the app. Check that the developer tools aren't opened.
      2. With the app focused, click "Control + Shift + I" (in MacOs is Command + Option + I). Check that the DevTools are opened.
      3. Click somewhere inside the app so the focus is in the app and not in the DevTools.
      4. Click "Control + Shift + I" (in MacOs is Command + Option + I). Check that the DevTools are closed.
      5. Check that there is no option to open the DevTools in the app menu.
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      This issue should be tested in all desktop OS. Install and open the app. Check that the developer tools aren't opened. With the app focused, click "Control + Shift + I" (in MacOs is Command + Option + I). Check that the DevTools are opened. Click somewhere inside the app so the focus is in the app and not in the DevTools. Click "Control + Shift + I" (in MacOs is Command + Option + I). Check that the DevTools are closed. Check that there is no option to open the DevTools in the app menu.
    • Affected Branches:
      MOODLE_36_STABLE
    • Sprint:
      Moodle Mobile 3.6.1

      Description

      We should find a way to easily enable the Chromium developer tools for the desktop apps (without having to build a custom version with the javascript code that shows the tools).

      This will help with debugging and specially for people developing site plugins (so they won't have to use the web app version that is unstable and may have CORS issues)

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