How to save css changes via a web browser?

Is there a browser plugin that allows you to save changes made to css in the development environment of the browser?

He found several solutions, but what's not good for me.

1.Emmet LiveStyle IDE for Sublime Text.
Cons of decisions that need to access css file with styles, it is not convenient.
I would like without looking at the files, edit styles using the browser and store.

2. DevTools Autosave Chrome
To make changes you must first find the css file, the problem is that the files
for pages can be scattered in different folders and free redaktirovaniya
all of the page styles will not work.

3. LiveEdit for PHPStrorm.
Not perfect, as in my case, you need the inverse problem - the edit from the browser to the IDE, and not from the IDE to the browser.

4. css x-fire for IDE PHP Storm and Mozilla Firefox Firebug
It was my hope, but was unable to install. Is it still relevant? If the solution is working, please help with the installation.

Probably a simple question, but information from scratch to find not just in our zapamcenim search.
June 10th 19 at 15:02
2 answers
June 10th 19 at 15:04
June 10th 19 at 15:06
2. what is the complexity of paragraph 2? Directly in the inspector there is a link to the file.

When I add a new property, it is by default written to a separate file
But you can click the triangle and choose where to save.
I do not understand about the triangle, when clicked, it creates a new item without selecting a save path - Precious.Schu commented on June 10th 19 at 15:09
, make a long click. - Austen.Thompson53 commented on June 10th 19 at 15:12

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