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Lee HumphriesSubject: Support collapsing and expanding of elements
Author: Lee Humphries
Date: 04 Aug 2004 09:52 PM
When working with larger files it would be really handy to be able to collapse any given element and obscure the lower detail.

It would be also handy to collapse/expand elements belonging to a given namespace, or below a certain level.

SSDN AdminSubject: Support collapsing and expanding of elements
Author: SSDN Admin
Date: 05 Aug 2004 01:28 AM
Originally Posted: 05 Aug 2004 01:23 AM
Hi Lee, The "tree view" is ideal for expanding or collapsing a branch of an XML document, and is quite ideal when working with large documents as the dom-tree is built incrementally. The tree view can be accessed by clicking on a tree tab at the bottom of any XML document, and is discussed here: http://www.stylusstudio.com/xml_views.html . Is this what you had in mind? Regarding the collapsing of all elements from a particular namespace, we don't support that kind of functionality currently. Did you have some kind of specific yet typical use-case scenario in mind where it would be useful to do that? What if an element of an excluded namespace referenced an element of a non-excluded namespace? (Would the node or line of code be visible or not?) Sincerely, David

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