||Select previous node
||Select next node
||move focus to the editor
|Ctrl + left arrow
|Ctrl + right arrow
|Ctrl + Alt + left arrow
|Ctrl + Alt + right arrow
|Ctrl + C
||Copy selected node
|Ctrl + X
||Cut selected node
|Ctrl + V
||Paste (after selected node)
||Moves focus from a node to the node details editor,
i.e. the attribute editor or text node editor
||moves focus to the 'insert after' list
||moves focus to the 'insert before' list
||moves focus to the 'insert inside' list
The tree-view supports drag-and-drop. Nodes such as elements and comments
can be dragged-and-dropped within the same file or between files. Drag-and-drop
between files can be done in two ways:
If you press 'control' (before starting to drag), the dragged node will
be copied instead of moved.
It is possible to execute XPath queries in Pollo. If the result of the query is a set of nodes, you can walk through them using the arrow-buttons next to the XPath field. If the result is something like a string or a number, the result is shown in a message dialog.
Pressing the question mark will give you a list of predefined XPath queries.
The most recent queries are remembered, use the drop-down button to access
The XPath support in Pollo uses the Jaxen
library. One ideocracy of Jaxen is that for some types of queries -- especially
ones like '//node-test' -- the resulting nodeset is not always sorted
Pollo supports XML Namespaces. This means that the name of each element and attribute in the document is actually a triple, consisting of a "local name", a "namespace", and a "namespace prefix".
Pollo doesn't manage itself the relationship between namespace prefixes and namespaces, which means that you will still need to declare namespace attributes yourself.
Pollo is internally DOM-based. In the DOM each element
or attribute remembers its own namespace, prefix and local name, independent
of the 'xmlns' attributes that you define. This means that if you drag
around nodes in a document (or between documents), to locations where namespace
prefixes are bound to other namespaces, or where there is no declaration
for the namespace prefix, or there is another default namespace, you may
create an invalid document.
You can render the tree view to a jpeg file. First select a node, and
then select Tree | Render as Image in the menubar.