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From: rnagel@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 27 Jan 2000 12:31:34 -0800
Re: HELP! XT is putting namespaces in output tag attributes
I need to process the output -- through Word 97, which doesn't understand
"<B xmlns="">", so the formatting is lost.
Does XT support the "element extensioin mechanism" yet?
If so, can anyone provide an example of the syntax required?
Or, does anyone know of a work-around?

From: James Clark <jjc@xxxxxxxxxx <mailto:jjc@xxxxxxxxxx>>
Date: Sat, 24 Jul 1999 13:10:57 +0700
When XT supports the element extension mechanism of the latest draft,
you'll be able do stop this by adding "enabler" to the
extension-element-prefixes attribute.  Till then, I wouldn't worry about
it; it's ugly but should be harmless.

Maxime Levesque wrote:
> 
> Some of my output tags are getting the stylesheet namespace added in their
> attribute list :
> 
> <aTag  xmlns:enabler="<http://www.jclark.com/xt/java/XSLEnabler>"
> xmlns="<http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40>">...</aTag>
> 
> some other tags are just getting this one :
> 
> <aTag2 xmlns=""></aTag2>
> 
>  Why is it doing this ?
> 
>  How can I get it not to do this  ?


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