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I want to inspect some animations on a site and learnt you can use Chrome's Animation Inpector as detailed here and here.

However, my version of Chrome (55.0.2883.75 m (64-bit) on Windows) seems to be missing this button.

Would anyone know how to get it working?

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    I'm closing this question as off-topic because it appears to be about a tool for developers as opposed to for webmasters. Questions about programming and development are better asked at StackOverflow. However, I'm not sure if questons about tools for developers are on-topic there. In any case, I added a comment to Debug CSS animation with Chrome Devtools on SO that tells how to make it work now. – Stephen Ostermiller Dec 7 '16 at 9:53
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Ah, found another way to get it working:

Click the 3 dots to the top right, then More Tools, then select Animations

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  • Thank you @MeltingDog - I've been searching all over for where this disappeared to! – Ivan Durst Mar 6 '17 at 23:20

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