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    Moderator toscal's Avatar
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    More and more equipment seems to either require an XML file or outputs data as an XML file (the current cost meter comes to mind).
    Sometimes trying to edit or even just read a long XML file in notepad can be difficult. After a few googles for XML editors I eventually stuck with XML notepad by Microsoft. Its free which is good and works very well for either reading or editing XML data.
    Download here http://www.microsoft.com/DownLoads/d...displaylang=en


    Just thought I would share.
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    Good find. Also worth noting that for easy viewing, Internet Explorer and Firefox will also display XML files very well. Just select "File > Open" from your browsers menu

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