The cool thing is that it lets you customize how the tree items are displayed, while letting you see the text itself that the same time.
Out of the box, you would only see Filter – but with a little setup, you can see all of the Names displayed with their element.
First the important download link: http://www.firstobject.com/dn_editor.htm
Open xml in Foxe by default
Once you have it downloaded and installed, you can tell it to open xml files by right click on one, select Open With, and then choose default program:
If Foxe isn’t shown in the list you can click Browse (check always open) to C:\Program Files (x86)\firstobject\foxe.exe.
Modifying the Tree Display
The next step is to change how the tree displays. In Foxe, go to Tools > Preferences. If you have the option, tell it to save the settings in your AppData folder.
The tree customizations folder is where the magic happens. I’ve been slowly adding all of the element types for different AutoCAD Plant 3D files as I work in files. So the list posted below is what I’ve done so far. As you can see, the format uses the element name, and then the @ symbol followed by the attribute that you want to see displayed.
Download the settings by clicking the link below:Foxe XML Settings (55 downloads)
Edit: Once you tell it to save the settings in the AppData Folder, you should have a folder path like:
Save the downloaded xml file to the folder so that it replaces the settings.xml.
Attribute @Key – @Tag
Item @Key @Value
SkeyMap @SKEY @AcadBlock
EndTypeMap @SKEY @AcadBlock
ValveToSpindleSkeyMap @ValveSKEY @SpindleSKEY