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I think I might have changed a setting in Google Chrome debugger, but am unsure how to change it back. When I do console.log($('.foo')); I usually get a tree of the DOM structure. Instead, I am getting a bunch of stuff that appears to be the properties of the node (see screenshot). How would I change the output back to seeing a DOM tree?

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According to jarodtaylor, you need to append [0] at the end of your statement (ie - console.log($('p')[0]);)

This apparently is a new 'feature' that Google has introduced in Chrome 24. Is there a way to disable this new feature?

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