User-Agent: Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.6) Gecko/20040207 Firefox/0.8 This is the first time I have developed XML/XSL and viewed it primarily in Firefox. I noted that when looking at the page source for the base xml file that self-closed tags cause the colouring scheme to become broken. I tested this bug using a test html page and the tag <hr /> and the problem is not apparent for HTML. Firefox reproduces the problem under Linux/Windows XP Home and regardless of whether the XML page references an XSL stylesheet. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1. Point firefox to an XML/XSL file that uses tags like <script present="false" /> or <xsl:apply-templates /> 2. Use the View Page Source command in the View menu 3. Observe that the purple tag colouring is broken after the self-closed tag 4. Curse petty oversights for blighting an excellent product!!! Actual Results: On my page the data represents the names of tests, the colouring was repaired after the next text element that used the whole <script>XXXXXXXXXXXX</script> syntax. This meant that any element in the middle was discoloured Expected Results: The software should perform as it does for an HTML page, producing the name of each tag entity in purple and any CDATA in black I do not use a theme, just the stock firefox show source code code. No crash or loss of critical performance is associated with the bug, just aesthetics!
I'm not seeing this with simple tests data:text/xml,<document attribute='a'><sometag attribute='b'><nocontent attribute='c'></nocontent><empty attribute='d' /><anothertag attribute='e'>content</anothertag></sometag></document> (put that in the address bar to view it) Do you think you can provide an example?
Marking worksforme. If you still see this, please reopen it and if you can give a testcase that shows the problem. (also moving to the view source component since that's where it should have been)