On 17 Aug 2012, at 22:51, Peter MacDonald <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> In an effort to start a new TEI project making as few changes to the default TEI stylesheets I took the following steps in oXygen (ver. 14).
> 1. I started a new file in oXygen and selected the "All [TEI P5]" schema.
> 2. I associated my new file with the "TEI P5 XHTML" stylesheet that came with oXygen 14.
> 3. I entered some text in the body using these elements: persName, placeName, and date.
> 4. I then set up a tagUsage entry for each of these three elements to try to get them all to appear in a "red" font.
> The schema lets me enter all of these elements, but in the browser output only the "date" gets colored red -- the two named entities remain black. That is, "SMITH" and "WASHINGTON" remain black and only "2012" appears in red.
Although it is probably much too late for you, I am happy to say that your file renders as you expect with the
latest release of the stylesheets (6.17, hitting the streets shortly).
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