Martin Holmes wrote:
> My point is that if there was a "WYSIWYG" rendering that made sense,
> it would make one or the other element invisible. I'm not complaining
> about the CSS; I'm just making the point that "WYSIWYG" is not WYSYWIM
> (what you say is what you mean).
true. the TEI is a much bigger problem in this area than other schemas.
> Certainly, but again, it's not WYSIWYG. I think when novice editors
> crave WYSIWYG, what they crave is a view of the document as it will
> appear when it's published, completed, rendered or whatever. That's a
> forlorn hope
very much so :-}
> On the other hand, if the objective is to provide a rich CSS
> implementation that renders a document in such a way that all these
> elements are simultaneously visible and distinguishable, and yet the
> interface and our interaction with the document are simpler and more
> efficient than tag-editing, then great -- I'd love to see that.
and I think oXygen 9 is delivering it, no?
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