Subject:No closing quote for attributes in XSLT editor Author:Paul Pehrson Date:29 Mar 2004 02:15 PM
Why, when you are creating an XSLT file in the XSLT text editor doesn't the program insert the close quotation marks after you select an attribute from the list?
For example, if I type a space after typing an element name, a list of attributes is given. If I click on one of the attributes, the program inserts the attribute, the equals sign, and the open quote. Then, for enumerated lists, the program displays the enumerated list. When I double click on the item I want, the item is placed in the XSLT document, but the quote isn't closed.
I recognize that if the attribute isn't an enumerated list, then you wouldn't want the close quote to be entered automatically. But since Stylus Studio already recognizes that it IS an enumerated list, can't it close the quote too?