I was afraid of that. Soft line wrapping that honors the indent level when displayed by Oxygen
is exactly what I'm looking for.
I don't mind changing the content by inserting line breaks. That's what I'm doing now. But unfortunately, Oxygen's Format and Indent
feature doesn't help me because even when I don't select the surrounding element tokens, the formatter includes them in the formatted result, which messes up the way my XSLT code looks:
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<p> Pretend that this is a long paragraph (there's no newline here)
that has to wrap. </p>
It's not so bad in this example, when the element is a simple <p>, but it's unacceptable when the element that's integrated into the text is something more complicated like <xsl:when ...>.
So I have to insert line breaks by hand, which is intensely
tedious. It diminishes the experience of using Oxygen, for sure.