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Geoffrey NuttingSubject: DTD definition enhancement
Author: Geoffrey Nutting
Date: 14 Nov 2007 08:31 PM
Hi,

Recently, while using SS to define a DTD I tried to do as much as possible using the 'tree' view. However, I couldn't position the elements (easily)within the tree (generally using the DTD node I can generate all the new elements at the bottom of the tree(& hence text file) and then move them all into the position I want w/ the 'up arrow'. It would be nice to be able to specify where in the tree I want them defined, by clicking on a node -something like is done with the definition of attributes. It would also be nice to do the same with comments so you don't have to move each one of a multiline comment individually (maybe this was just my ignorance here, as this was the first time I really tried to use this part of SS). The advantage of having things work this way is that people would work more in the tree view than in the text view, and make a lot less mistakes.

Thanks,

Jeff Nutting

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Alberto MassariSubject: DTD definition enhancement
Author: Alberto Massari
Date: 15 Nov 2007 03:26 AM
Hi Jeff,
thank you for your suggestion; we will add it to our TODO list.

Thanks,
Alberto

 
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