The XML class has a property ignoreWhitespace, but it only ignores whitespace at the start and end. But underscore is not whitespace, so it wouldn't help anyway. Maybe use a labelFunction.
This underscore solution, it appears, has also been used as a tree-menu
solution by Adobe in their "Premiere" software. In Premiere, when you need
to create a title frame for a movie project, you click on the Title menu
button, and you are then presented with a treeMenu that incorporates the
"underscore" solution for the tree labels. So I guess, if Adobe uses
underscores in their treeMenus, then maybe I can also.
The only other possible solutions involve if-elseIf conditionals or maybe a
switch the identifies and transitions between one, two,or more labels...YUK!
In the meantime, I've developed an Accordian for catagorization with
drop-down buttons that will present my state views.
Thanks for the help,
I am not following the problem. What are you trying to do?
What is the "underscore solution?