An update to the Image Markup Tool has been released. This includes a couple of small enhancements and fixes, detailed on the Updates page of the site.
A user reported the usual Firefox bug when creating an empty
<ref> element; the empty anchor that results from this kills FF's rendering of the page. Easy enough to trap in XSLT, which I'll do.
Another report concerns the attempt by the application to fix non-well-formed XML. It will successfully escape ampersands which appear in text nodes, but fails when they're in attribute nodes (such as lengthy URLs with multiple parameters). This might or might not be fixable; I'll have to take a look.
The Image Markup Tool is a Windows application for annotating images, using TEI XML as its data format. Our aim is to produce a tool which creates conformant TEI P5 XML files, but which has a simple enough interface that it can be used by people with little or no experience in editing XML code.
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