Linus Kamb | 3 Aug 20:54 2005

diagram view

Hello, all.

I like the new diagram view and all, but is there any way I can make it be closed by default?

Thanks,
Linus
George Cristian Bina | 4 Aug 09:26 2005

Re: diagram view

Hi Linus,

See Options->Preferences -- Editor / Diagram for standalone and 
Window->Preferences -- oXygen / Editor / Diagram for the Eclipse plugin.

Best Regards,
George
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<oXygen/> XML Editor, Schema Editor and XSLT Editor/Debugger
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Linus Kamb wrote:
> Hello, all.
> 
> I like the new diagram view and all, but is there any way I can make it 
> be closed by default?
> 
> 
> Thanks,
> Linus
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Linus Kamb | 4 Aug 17:08 2005

Re: diagram view

Indeed.  I can't see how I missed that.  Must need glasses.  :-/

Thanks.

Julien Boeuf wrote:
> Hi Linus,
> 
> Options->Preferences->Editor->Diagram and uncheck the boxes.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> 	Julien. 
> 
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> | [mailto:oxygen-user-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Linus Kamb
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> | Subject: [oXygen-user] diagram view
> | 
> | Hello, all.
> | 
> | I like the new diagram view and all, but is there any way I 
> | can make it be closed by default?
> | 
> | 
> | Thanks,
> | Linus
> | _______________________________________________
> | oXygen-user mailing list
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Julien Boeuf | 4 Aug 03:53 2005

RE: diagram view

Hi Linus,

Options->Preferences->Editor->Diagram and uncheck the boxes.

Cheers,

	Julien. 

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| [mailto:oxygen-user-bounces@...] On Behalf Of Linus Kamb
| Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 11:55 AM
| To: oxygen-user@...
| Subject: [oXygen-user] diagram view
| 
| Hello, all.
| 
| I like the new diagram view and all, but is there any way I 
| can make it be closed by default?
| 
| 
| Thanks,
| Linus
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| oXygen-user mailing list
| oXygen-user@...
| http://www.oxygenxml.com/mailman/listinfo/oxygen-user
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Chip Wiegand | 8 Aug 17:42 2005

disable TOC

How do I tell oXygen to not create a TOC when creating an 'article' pdf?
Thanks,

Chip Wiegand
Computer Services
Simrad, Inc
425-778-8821 
425-771-7211 (FAX)
George Cristian Bina | 8 Aug 21:59 2005

Re: disable TOC

Hi Chip,

Sorry for the late reply, we were very busy today and this question has 
more to do with DocBook than with oXygen. The good news is that we are 
planning a better support for XSLT parameters. Not only that oXygen will 
detect the parameters as it does now but it will present the default 
value and documentation for each parameter. Tomorrow morning I will open 
a request for enhancement with exactly this issue on DocBook and I have 
positive feedback that the DocBook stylesheets parameters will be 
documented. This will help you find easily while browsing through the 
DocBook parameters that generate.toc is responsable for generating the TOC.

Best Regards,
George
--
George Cristian Bina
http://www.oxygenxml.com

Chip Wiegand wrote:
> How do I tell oXygen to not create a TOC when creating an 'article' pdf?
> Thanks,
> 
> Chip Wiegand
> Computer Services
> Simrad, Inc
> 425-778-8821 
> 425-771-7211 (FAX)
> _______________________________________________
> oXygen-user mailing list
> oXygen-user@...
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Chip Wiegand | 8 Aug 23:12 2005

Re: disable TOC

Thanks, I got a reply earlier on the docbook mailing list about the 
parameter generate.toc, and that works fine. 
FWIW, another suggestion might be a right-click list of tags that are 
pertinent to what is being worked on, for example: I'm in a 
<section></section> and a right-click would bring up all the tags 
available for use inside that <section></section>. Same for inside the 
<para></para>, etc. Something like that would be especially useful to the 
new user, as I am. Even with all the docs on the web, and the docbook 
manual, most, if not all, of those are written with the experienced user 
in mind, or at someone who has some level of experience.
Anyway, thanks for the reply,
Chip

George Cristian Bina <george@...> wrote on 08/08/2005
12:59:44 
PM:

> Hi Chip,
> 
> Sorry for the late reply, we were very busy today and this question has 
> more to do with DocBook than with oXygen. The good news is that we are 
> planning a better support for XSLT parameters. Not only that oXygen will 

> detect the parameters as it does now but it will present the default 
> value and documentation for each parameter. Tomorrow morning I will open 

> a request for enhancement with exactly this issue on DocBook and I have 
> positive feedback that the DocBook stylesheets parameters will be 
> documented. This will help you find easily while browsing through the 
> DocBook parameters that generate.toc is responsable for generating the 
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Sorin Ristache | 9 Aug 09:38 2005

Re: disable TOC


Chip Wiegand wrote:
> Thanks, I got a reply earlier on the docbook mailing list about the 
> parameter generate.toc, and that works fine. 
> FWIW, another suggestion might be a right-click list of tags that are 
> pertinent to what is being worked on, for example: I'm in a 
> <section></section> and a right-click would bring up all the tags 
> available for use inside that <section></section>. Same for inside the 
> <para></para>, etc. Something like that would be especially useful to the 
> new user, as I am. Even with all the docs on the web, and the docbook 
> manual, most, if not all, of those are written with the experienced user 
> in mind, or at someone who has some level of experience.

Hello Chip,

The XML Refactoring "Surround with" actions, the Model view, the 
Attributes view and the tag insight assistant support new users and also 
experienced users to edit their documents quickly.

For example inside a <section></section> element a right-click will pop 
up the contextual menu where you will find the action XML Refactoring -> 
Surround with which presents all the possible child elements of section 
in a submenu. The action Surround with tag (CTRL + E) will present the 
same elements in a combo box that autocompletes the name of the element 
after you type the first characters. The action Surround with <X> (CTRL 
+ /) will repeat the last Surround with action.

http://www.oxygenxml.com/doc/ug-standalone-en/XML-editor-specific-actions.html#XML-refactoring-actions

When the cursor is placed inside an element the Model view/the 
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Chip Wiegand | 9 Aug 21:56 2005

an extra blank page in the .pdf output

When I create a .pdf from my file I get an extra page that contains only a 
horizontal line at the top and bottom of the page. This page is always the 
3rd page of the document -
1st page - Cover page or Title page
2nd page - Copyright page
3rd page - empty except for two horizontal lines
4th page onwards - chapter 1 and onwards

Is the mostly blank page supposed to be there? If not, what do I do to get 
rid of it?
I just noticed that the toc is not appearing on the page, could this page 
be a blank toc?

Regards,

Chip Wiegand
Computer Services
Simrad, Inc
425-778-8821 
425-771-7211 (FAX)
Linus Kamb | 10 Aug 00:31 2005

JavaApplicationStub

Just wondering what this class/application is doing.  I find that it routinely uses 
between 10-20% of my CPU (according to the Mac Activity Monitor) even when I am not doing 
anything in Oxygen.

Not a particularly big deal.  Just wondering.

Running oxygen 6.1 on Mac dual g5 osx 10.3.9

Linus

Gmane