When the XML Editor is open, additional functions in the toolbar will be active depending on the view that is currently selected.

Show Block Markers / Show Inline Markers (WYSIWYM View)

Click  to show block markers and click  to see all inline markers in the WYSIWYM View.

Next Annotation / Previous Annotation (Source View)

By clicking on  or , the next or the previous annotation in the source code can be found. By clicking the small triangle next to these icons a list of entities is presented that can be checked. Only the marked kinds of objects will be found. You can select additions and changes as well as errors, warnings, and information. You have also the possibility to jump to the next or previous annotation.

Turn Grammar Constraints on and off (Source View)

When you edit an XML document that has a set of constraints or rules defined by a DTD or an XML schema, you can turn the constraints on and off by clicking  or . When the constraints are turned on, the XML Editor prevents you from inserting elements, attributes, or attribute values not permitted by the rules of the XML schema or DTD, and from deleting necessary or predefined sets of tags and values.

Reload Dependencies (Source View)

If your XML document is associated with a DTD or XML schema that has changed, you can reload the dependencies by clicking.

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  1. Is this still possible?

    Available Tags (WYSIWYM View)

    In all modes except the Design View available elements can be shown by clicking  and be added to the toolbar via the context menu. To remove them use . If the WYSIWYM View is selected, a few more icons are shown: You can click on   to get a suggestion of available tags that can be added as your favorites to the toolbar. By double-clicking them, they are added to the XML document. To remove tags instantly from the toolbar favorite list again, click .