i get: /input/Nodes/Node/Point3.1415926535897
what i want is: /input/Nodes/Node/Point(_at_)x (i think).
You need to read the text as well as just copying code blindly.
Jeni's code is doing a slightly different problem, the line above the
code you've quoted says
Once we've outputted the information about the ancestor elements, we
want to round it off with information about the value of the current
So Jeni's outputting the value as well as the path, and surely it is
clear enough that it ends with a value-of eslect="." which you don't
and i will still have the subscript problem. as Node can occur multiple times.
But that isn't a problem as that FAQ page and other answers on this list
have posted code to do that.
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