Most of our editors prefer to work in partial tag mode. The main concern they flagged working in partial mode is inability to see/edit the colspec attribute. Ofcourse editing is lot simpleri.e, they right click and choose modify attributes>column which gives the ability to modify colspec attributes. However they would like to see the actual attributes of colspec.
I indeed created some generated text for colspec element in styler but those are only visible in table markup mode and not in table grid mode. They are even okay with full tag enabled for colspec element and so I tried
tag_display -full colspec
but that does not work.
Is there a way to show the colspec information in editor view?
Thanks in advance.
Thanks Brandon. In Styler I did the following,
1. Edited the <table> element
2. Selected the GenText Tab and click on Add Before button. It opened the Add Before Table element dialog
3. Selected Insert>Attribute Content
4. It opened modify attribute content dialog box
5. Set the properties as per the screenshot attached - By name and occurrence within ancestor
6. Name: Colspec; Occurence: 1st; Within; table
7. Attribute to insert: colwidth
But this does not display the attribute content in <table> tag.
When you say context, does the above steps is the right approach?
Some text <xref href="<a" style="COLOR:" blue;=" text-decoration:=" underline"=" target="_BLANK" href="http://www.google.com">http://www.google.com
>Some more text</xref>...
And my batch might change that to
Some text <xref href="<a" style="COLOR:" blue;=" text-decoration:=" underline"=" target="_BLANK" href="http://www.google.com">Some">http://www.google.com>Some more text
Those two lines will conflict due to the line oriented nature of my diff tool.
What I'd like to be able to do is make my batch change, then, in a batch process, open the changed files in Arbortext, saving them all, so that I get Arbortext's line wrapping.
Is there a way to do that?