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Reply to: Correct Behaviour of Output with Conditional AttributesJune 5, 2013 at 1:32 am
“Do you mean you are editing the ct_preferences.xml file and that the changes you make don't take effect until you restart XMetaL Author? If so, that is normal as that configuration file is loaded when the software starts up.”
No, I'm not editing ct_preferences.xml, just making changes in the “Show / Hide Conditional Text” window before output.
There's something about this in the release notes, but using “may” instead of “will”.
The Japanese help is a direct translation of the English and doesn't really help on this point.