It would be nice if while editing XSL file, there would be
a drop down of all the template in the top of the editing
window in the similar way that the drop down exist while
editing java code.
But the template name it optional (and the match expression can be
pretty long). What's your primary XSLT-stylesheet navigation problem?
You're are right on both remarks, nevertheless when
programming XSLT I've often the need to jump to a specific
template either by it's name, or by the nodes sent to it
in the 'select' attribute of the 'xsl:apply-template' tag.
So perhaps the toolbar is not the appropriate place for
templates with long matching expression, but a 'jump to'
dialog box with a selective drop down is perhaps more
... with shortcut and implemenataion that automatically fills default
dialog values if staying in <apply-templates/> context.
Something like Java's goto decladation action.