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HTML Editor errors/bugs [message #176371] Mon, 07 August 2006 17:23 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: grahama1970.gmail.com

Anyone having Problems with HTML Editor?
I keep getting the 'Unsupported Content Type in Editor' Error, where I
lose all syntax highlighting. Strangely, setting File Association and
Content Type have no effect.


All of my other editors, JSEclipse, PHPEclispe, Subclipse, and CSS
Editor, are working fine and produce no such errors.

Strange Clue:
If I open an html file DIRECTLY from my subversion repository
perspective, the html syntax highlighting works and I do not recieve
the error

I am still new to Eclipse so any help is appreciated

My Settings:
Eclipse 3.2.0, JSEclipse 1.5.2, PHPEclispe 1.1.8, Subclipse 1.1.4,W ST 1.5.0.v2
File Association: *.html
Content Type: HTML Editor(default) (locked by 'HTML' content type)
Content Type: HTML
*.html (locked)
Re: HTML Editor errors/bugs [message #179260 is a reply to message #176371] Sun, 17 September 2006 05:01 Go to previous message
Nitin Dahyabhai is currently offline Nitin DahyabhaiFriend
Messages: 3159
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member

Graham Anderson wrote:
> Anyone having Problems with HTML Editor?
> I keep getting the 'Unsupported Content Type in Editor' Error, where I
> lose all syntax highlighting. Strangely, setting File Association and
> Content Type have no effect.
>
>
> All of my other editors, JSEclipse, PHPEclispe, Subclipse, and CSS
> Editor, are working fine and produce no such errors.
>
> Strange Clue:
> If I open an html file DIRECTLY from my subversion repository
> perspective, the html syntax highlighting works and I do not recieve the
> error
>
> I am still new to Eclipse so any help is appreciated
>
> My Settings:
> Eclipse 3.2.0, JSEclipse 1.5.2, PHPEclispe 1.1.8, Subclipse 1.1.4,W ST
> 1.5.0.v2
> File Association: *.html
> Content Type: HTML Editor(default) (locked by 'HTML' content type)
> Content Type: HTML
> *.html (locked)

Odds are that another editor is overriding some of the underlying
setup that makes the HTML editor work. Right now there's no
solution other than disabling/uninstalling the right one.

--
- Nitin


Nitin Dahyabhai
Eclipse Web Tools Platform
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