Martin Holmes wrote:
> There are some things which couldn't easily be handled in a WYSIWYG
> manner. For instance, this structure:
> <expan>United Nations</expan>
> shows up with both UN and United Nations visible, with tag start and
> end symbols in the right places. That's probably what you want when
> editing, but it's not WYSIWYG in the sense that it probably won't be
> what you want in any kind of output.
I assume you are using the CSS supplied by oXygen for TEI; that's maintained
as part of the TEI Sourceforge project. If you can come up a decent CSS
for <choice>, please send it in!
> I suspect that people coming to XML editing for the first time might
> find this seductive, but that they'll get into trouble fairly quickly
> (not bothering to distinguish between <emph>, <hi rend="italic"> or
> <foreign>, because they "look the same").
we can use colors or whatever to make them look different...
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