I'm running OS X Yosemite. I detached the web inspector and cannot find a way to dock it again. The usual dock/detach button isn't there, and I couldn't find any help elsewhere on the internet.

Does anyone know how to dock the web inspector, please?

Thanks in advance.

Solved: Safari will shows the dock/detach controls when the main browser window is wide enough to display the web inspector. If the controls are not displayed, make the Safari window wider.

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  • C'mon - there must be enough people running a copy of the public beta to allow this question. This is not an opinion piece, it's a 'YES' 'NO' answer - either someone knows or they do not! – Rhecil Codes Aug 30 '14 at 10:20
  • Please read the meta posts referenced in the notice above. Basically it's not possible to answer this question without breaking the NDA. – nohillside Aug 31 '14 at 14:41
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    For all the brave souls who made it this far, you are the chosen ones! I have a solution to this (sort of). What I did, almost accidentally, is to use the window size / full-screen toolbar button (green), then when the Web Inspector is a separate window, go to 'View' > 'Merge All Windows' and you should see the web inspector as a tab in Safari, and the docking buttons will then be visible in the UI. I've read the Yosemite Public Beta Agreement, including the "Information Deemed Apple Confidential" section, and I understand that I am not breaching the agreement by providing this solution. – Rhecil Codes Sep 4 '14 at 11:16
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    Here is an image from the apple's site. of where the buttons should be. On the top right corner of the Web Inspector, try to click there (there is no visible button but you can get it done anyway) – Michel Ayres Sep 4 '14 at 18:00