XMetal from SoftQuad may do a slightly better job of handling this. In
addition to the browser view, the program offers a "normal" view which shows
(approximiately) how the XML will look with the stylesheet applied. You can
edit directly in the normal view, switch to text view, or use an alternative
"tags on" view that resembles the normal view but with XML tags represented
by icons. The cursor location is generally preserved when switching from one
view to another. (When inserting new elements, however, the cursor sometimes
jumps around in unexpected ways.)
From: Pramodh A [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Monday, October 23, 2000 4:21 AM
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Is it possible to get an XML editor which satisfies the following
In the browser view,if the user clicks on a data which he wants to
edit then the
cursor should go to the exact position where he wants to edit in
the XML file...
Using XMLSpy it is possible to view the XML file(which has a DTD
and XSL style sheet applied) in the browser view.But if the user
on a particular elemnt in the browser and goes to the Text view the
cursor is always positioned at the beginning..
Is there any other XML editor which supports this type of editing
of an XML file which has a DTD and a Stylesheet attached...?