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I just downloaded this.
Haven't tried it but it is already very annoying to see moving/changing
advertisement at the bottom of the screen. I just checked the upgrade price
($239) or new ($399), for an upgrade to get rid of this advertising banner
it seems very expensive.
Would you guys at least consider making this banner static and only change
on restarting the application?
At 01:20 PM 6/18/2002 -0400, you wrote:
>I'm pleased to announce that Excelon Corporation (http://www.exln.com)
>has recently released Stylus Studio 4.0. Stylus Studio is an XML
>IDE for developers creating XML, XSLT, XML Schema and DTD files.
>A free, no time limit, and fully functional promotional version of
>Stylus Studio is available to members of this XML related discussion
>list. See directions for downloading below.
>New features in Stylus Studio 4.0 include:
>- Visual XML Schema Diagrammer: allows for graphical viewing and
>creation of XML Schemas. The Visual view is fully synchronized with
>text and tree views.
>- Xalan-J Debugging and Back-mapping: native debugger support for
>Xalan-J XSLT debugging. Provides all of the capabilities of the native
>Stylus Studio processor with the ability to debug stylesheets directly
>by one of the most popular stylesheet processors used for XSLT
>based application deployment.
>- Offline Stack trace: Gives the ability to understand, after XSLT
>processing is complete, how any piece of the output has been
>generated. Stylus Studio is the only XML/XSLT IDE with back-mapping,
>which associates a defect with the related piece of XSLT source code
>to automate the process of debugging XSLT applications.
>Download a FREE copy of Stylus Studio 4.0:
>1. Visit http://www.exln.com/products/stylusstudio and download an
>evaluation copy of Stylus Studio.
>2. Install Stylus Studio.
>3. Complete the registration form (web based). When prompted for a
>promotional code, enter: xmldevlist
>4. After submitting your registration, an email will be sent with a
>5. Start Stylus Studio, click on next, enter the license key
>received via email.
> Adam Abrevaya
> eXcelon Corporation
> VP, Research & Development
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