Subject:WYSIWYG turning off autocompletion / auto-correct Author:Mark Maltby Date:24 Mar 2006 12:16 PM
I am not talking about the auto complete tag.
When using stylus studio to create style sheets, if i perform a particular action sometimes (eg, change the header size), it tries to be clever and reshuffles all my loops. It completely ruins the style sheet when it does this, in addition, is it possible to to turn off the autosave, as it seems to save everytime i run the style sheet? Is it posible to turn off its AI, as it doesn't work.
Subject:WYSIWYG turning off autocompletion / auto-correct Author:Minollo I. Date:24 Mar 2006 12:47 PM
WYSIWYG redigests your XSLT whenever a change is done in the WYSIWYG tab; usually that doesn't negatively affect the XSLT; but if doing that does break your XSLT, it means that the stylesheet you are using is not well understood/digested by the WYSIWYG component. There isn't much else I would suggest you in that case other than not using the WYSIWYG tab to control that specific stylesheet.
Saving when previewing an XSLT cannot be turned off, as processing may be delegated to processors (like Saxon, XalanJ) that don't have direct access to the in-memory version currently displayed by Stylus Studio.