[oXygen-user] Question about Author content-completion behavior
stefan at oxygenxml.com
Tue Mar 12 09:48:53 CDT 2013
Editing some Docbook documents lately, I spot a content-completion
behavior I would like to discuss with you. Let's take for example a
Docbook article that has some sect1 and sect2 inner sections. If I start
adding some content (using para) inside sect1 and after that I decided
to enter a new sect2 after the first para, as below:
at point *, the Author content-completion will not show the sect2
proposal because if such element is introduced it will trigger a
validation error (para is not a valid element after a sect2). Do you
think is reasonable to hide such elements from content completion at
that point because it will then trigger a validation error or it is
better to show such element (and possible allow it to be introduced)
even if it will trigger a validation error for the next para element?
Another example is a sect1 that (according to schema) can only have one
Should Oxygen content-completion show title proposal at point * or not?
The current approach is to hide such proposals in Author view if the
Author/Schema Aware Editing option is on. The option is set by default
to be on and as a consequence this is probably what most users
experience during their work.
Any feedback is welcome.
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