I have gotten spoiled by working on web sites in Espresso - where I can open a CSS style sheet in one editor window and a preview in the other, and alter styles and see the changes reflected in the preview immediately. Using CSS has convinced me that a style-based system like Nisus encourages is the best way to go about formatting a document. But coming back to Nisus, NWP's model of having Style Sheet view in the same window as an open document, so you can either view the styles or the document, seems clunky.
It would be great, in a future version, to be able to separate the Style Sheet editor from the main window and edit a document's styles with live updates visible in the document.
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I can certainly understand why it would be nice to adjust styles and see the results live in your document as you work. I'll file the idea, thanks!