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For certain XML languages, Oxygen XML Editor provides a diagram view as part of the text mode editor. To configure the Diagram preferences, open the Preferences dialog box (Options > Preferences) and go to Editor > Edit modes > Text > Diagram.

The following options are available in this preference page:
Show Full Model XML Schema diagram
When this option is selected, the Text mode editor for XML Schemas includes a split screen view that shows a diagram of the schema structure. This is useful for seeing the effects of schema changes you make. For editing a the schema using a diagram instead of text, use the schema Design view.
Note: When handling very large schemas, displaying the schema diagram might affect the performance of your system. In such cases, disabling the schema diagram view improves the speed of navigation through the edited schema.
Enable Relax NG diagram and related views
Enables the Relax NG schema diagram and synchronization with the related views (Attributes, Model, Elements, Outline).
Show Relax NG diagram
Displays the Relax NG schema diagram in the split screen views (Full Model View and Logical Model View).
Enable NVDL diagram and related views
Enables the NVDL schema diagram and synchronization with the related views (Attributes, Model, Elements, Outline).
Show NVDL diagram
Displays the NVDL schema diagram in the split screen views (Full Model View and Logical Model View).
Location relative to editor
Allows you to specify the location of the schema diagram panel relative to the diagram Text editor.
Show/Hide Annotations link
Use this link to navigate to the Schema Design preferences page where you can choose to show or hide annotations in schema diagrams.
Zoom link
Use this link to navigate to the Schema Design preferences page where you can adjust the default zoom level of schema diagrams.