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Bill KatzSubject: XML Schema (XSD) diagram editor/display features
Author: Bill Katz
Date: 05 Aug 2009 10:45 AM
Dear Stylus Studio Support,

I'm new to Stylus Studio, but have used another XML IDE over the past few years. There are a few XML Schema (XSD) diagram editor/display features that I've found very useful from the past, that I'd like to add to the current Stylus Studio wish list.

These are:

1) Would like to have the ability to open/expand all diagram blocks (elements, attributes, constraints, ...) in a file via a short-cut key, single command, or by default.

2) Would like to have a "print on single page" feature that if chosen, would automatically scale the XSD diagram down to the appropriate size.

3) Would like XSD elements and attributes in diagram to visually reflect whether they are optional (elements - minOccurs="0", attributes - use="optional") or required (elements - minOccurs >= "1", attributes - use="required"). I'd suggest a dashed or dotted box for
displaying optional elements and attributes in the diagram and solid box for required.

I may have missed these capabilities during my initial sessions with the tool and scans through the help documentation. If so, sorry, please advise.

Thank you for your consideration and help,
Bill Katz

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