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    Hi, newbie here I am trying to write subtitles in XML format with Notepad and can't change the colours for different speakers.Does anyone know how to do this?

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  2. You'll have to be more specific.
    Going by Subtitle Edit's "Save As" dialog, there are lots of XML subtitle formats:
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    Sorry I have coded subtitles in notepad++ typing in the start and finish timecodes. Let me know if I'm still not being clear enough

    thank you
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  4. XML is an extremely versatile format - it can define its own variable names and data types. Saying it's XML essentially means nothing without knowing the exact "flavor." Please include a short working example.

    (Why not use a subtitle editor and the .ASS format? It is widely used and does what what you want - different colors)
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