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If the first character(s) of an XML attribute are capitalized, they don't get colored in the usual attribute way:

<element InitialCap="1" initialLower="2" ALLCAPS="3" SOMEcaps="4" />

It would be nice to have the entire attribute name consistently colored.

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marked as duplicate by ben is uǝq backwards, wax eagle, Manishearth, Rory, Martijn Pieters Jun 14 '13 at 14:37

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Damn you Google!!!11 –  XMLbog Oct 14 '09 at 19:34

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Google Prettify bug, so they have to fix it.

I deployed the latest Prettify, see if that helps.

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Looks like you need a status-3rd-party-bug tag. –  user27414 Oct 14 '09 at 20:35
    
More precisely code.google.com/p/google-code-prettify/issues/list to open the issue there. –  OscarRyz Oct 14 '09 at 20:55
    
@Jon B, that'd be status-deferred I think. –  Dominic Rodger Oct 15 '09 at 12:47

Ack. I thought that was fixed in http://code.google.com/p/google-code-prettify/source/diff?spec=svn82&r=82&format=side&path=/trunk/src/prettify.js but apparently I needed to add an i to the next line too.

Submitted a fix at revision 86: http://code.google.com/p/google-code-prettify/source/detail?r=86

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