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darryl greenSubject: XSLT Changes Lost
Author: darryl green
Date: 23 May 2006 01:45 AM
I have recently started using the WYSIWYG XML->HTML XSLT tool (but I'm also editing the generated XSLT). Twice now it has decided, part way through my work, to replace the XSLT I've been working on with something containing only a tiny (perhaps the last thing I changed?) part of the stylesheet. Attempting to reload reloads the same stuff and sure enough the file on disk is also tiny/useless (event though, especially after the first time it happened, I've been hitting save periodically).

I'm assuming there is something that I'm doing that is causing this, and if I knew what it was I'd try to give you more info to go on... Any ideas why this is happening?

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Ivan PedruzziSubject: XSLT Changes Lost
Author: Ivan Pedruzzi
Date: 25 May 2006 12:57 PM
Hi Darryl,

Sorry to be late on this.

Most of the time the cause is related to how IE parse the HTML and re-arrange the in-memory representation.

I know is frustrating but If you could provide a test case we will work to fix the problem.

Thank You for your feed-backs
Ivan Pedruzzi
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