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Cheatsheet -- what exactly does it do? [message #182105] Thu, 02 November 2006 22:33 Go to next message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: fakeaddress.brainkandy.org

Hi,

IMPORTANT PART

I'm trying to understand the Cheatsheet Editor, but just can't figure
out what it does! I understand that it is triggered when the root
element of a document is <cheatsheet>, but otherwise I don't see any
different behavior from the standard XML editor.

LESS IMPORTANT PART

I may be missing something obvious, but I would recommend the HTML
document that accompanies this example contain a specific section that
says, "This is how you see it working," or at least, "Type this. Now
this. And this. Now press this. See that?"

Ya know.

I'd be happy to make the change to the HTML document, but I have no CVS
experience, nor do I know if I have login credentials established.

Thanks, Robert
Re: Cheatsheet -- what exactly does it do? [message #182162 is a reply to message #182105] Fri, 03 November 2006 20:25 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: fakeaddress.brainkandy.org

Robert Konigsberg wrote:
> Hi,
>
> IMPORTANT PART
>
> I'm trying to understand the Cheatsheet Editor, but just can't figure
> out what it does! I understand that it is triggered when the root
> element of a document is <cheatsheet>, but otherwise I don't see any
> different behavior from the standard XML editor.
>
> LESS IMPORTANT PART
>
> I may be missing something obvious, but I would recommend the HTML
> document that accompanies this example contain a specific section that
> says, "This is how you see it working," or at least, "Type this. Now
> this. And this. Now press this. See that?"
>
> Ya know.
>
> I'd be happy to make the change to the HTML document, but I have no CVS
> experience, nor do I know if I have login credentials established.
>
> Thanks, Robert
Hmm... it took some time but started to become clear -- it completes
attribute values. OK.

Sometimes when you're so overwhelmed with information, the obvious stuff
gets lost.

Robert
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