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paorear

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Thank you for that tip. My problem however is that the values of the xm-pi-data would truly be unknowable, so couldn't be captured by sequential options in the CSS. We're using PI's as a sort of Reviewer markup mechanism, and so the xm-pi-data values will really just be arbitrary text.

2 examples:
1) a simple inserted comment [pre][paorear]: Comment 1 [3/7/2014 10:26:38 PM]?>[/pre]
2) a range comment [pre][paorear]: Comment 2 [3/7/2014 10:28:42 PM Id='a8c3ff1c4b5e65a1']?>Add steps[/pre]

Overall it works pretty effectively, it's just the display I'd like to control a bit better. 🙂

The more I look at it though, even if I were able to display the xm-pi-data differently, it would still be somewhat hard to read.

Paul

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