The Oxygen forms editor uses the schema information to select which framework to apply. Epidoc is a TEI schema, so Oxygen tends to apply the TEI framework. In addition, it's not possible to differentiate between different epidoc implementations, which may require different templates for entering an inscription.
I propose that we suggest adding an ID of some type on the root element, so that different types of processing can take place. This might identify the collection that the inscription is coming from (USEP). Unfortunately, Oxygen only takes into account attributes on the root element. probably because it's the only element that will reliably be there without reading the schema?
This is more of a suggestion than anything else. Lessons learned.
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