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Eclipse Web Tools Guide
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Setting preferences for structured text editors

You can customize your working environment by specifying preferences for the structured text editor.
  1. In the main menu, click Window > Preferences .
  2. Select one of the choices that are shown in the following table:
    Item Menu path
    Annotation settings Workbench > Editors > Annotations
    Character encoding Web and XML, then one of the following choices: CSS Files, HTML Files, JSP Files, *XML Files ( *not implemented in WTP)
    Content assist: HTML Web and XML > HTML Files > HTML Source
    Content assist: JavaScript Web and XML > JavaScript Files > JavaScript Source
    Content assist: XML Web and XML > *XML Files (*not implemented in WTP) > XML Source
    Editor appearance Workbench > Editors > Structured Text Editor > Appearance
    Editor font Workbench > Colors and Fonts > Structured Text Editor
    Editor navigation Workbench > Editors > Structured Text Editor > Navigation
    File-type-specific settings Web and XML, then navigate to the file type and particular setting
    Hover help Workbench > Editors > Structured Text Editor > Hovers
    Key bindings Workbench > Keys > Keyboard Shortcuts then in the Category field specify Source
    Spell checking Spell Check
    Syntax checking Workbench > Editors > Structured Text Editor > Appearance then check or uncheck the Analyze annotations while typing box.
    Note: You cannot set Web and XML preferences unless the Core XML Support capability ( Workbench > Capabilities ) is enabled, and you cannot set preferences for DTD files unless the XML Development capability is enabled.

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