Tool for checking unused CSS selectors?

I know there is an extension called Dust-Me Selectors for Firefox and also that it doesn't look at dynamic HTML generated by JavaScript.

I'm looking for tool(s) that can identify all unused selectors from a stylesheet, attached to several pages, with all the JavaScript running and checking selectors? The only option I know right now for this is manually checking files and finding unused selectors :(

In IDE's - I believe NetBeans provides a warning message when writing Java code, if a library is not under use. Without an IDE (NetBeans, Eclipse, Dreamweaver, etc) plugin to search for the selectors what are my options?

Also, is there a tool to check for unused selectors in the same file. I mean if all the JS, HTML and CSS code is in the same file.


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