RE: DITA Editor

Subject: RE: DITA Editor
From: "Lisa Hickling" <Lisa -dot- Hickling -at- realsuitesoftware -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2005 08:46:37 -0400

Hi Tim,

I always work in tag mode. The cursor was outside of the <context> tag,
actually it was positioned just before </taskbody>. However, I did not
dock the tag list window, which meant that I had to go to menu (popup or
main) to get it each time I wanted to insert a tag. I've had no trouble
since I've docked the list.

Since your post I checked out the release notes for Serna 2 and found
that they have had previous cursor issues that were corrected in the
current release (go figure!). Maybe the rightclick jump will be patched

Anyway, Serna seems much more elegant than any of the others that I've
tried so far. On a related topic--I was hoping to use RoboHelp to parse
but it does not have a DITA handler. Any ideas?

I appreciate your review! Thanks a bunch!

Lisa H.

"The finest language is mostly made up of simple unimposing words."
George Eliot

-----Original Message-----
From: Tim Sadler

You can also switch to Tag Mode which shows exactly where the cursor
is in relation to the elements.

After also looking at various Word-based solutions I am going to
persist with Serna as well, despite the holes in the documentation and
the quirky interface.


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