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Some hints others (and I myself) find useful:
You can define which settings directory jEdit (v4.3) should use, if you go into the Package and open up the Info.plist. Expand the root and Java. Append to the Argument string " -settings=/the/directory/you/want". ~ for Homedirectory works.

If you want another XSLT processor than xalan for the XSLT plugin,
1. Extract XSLT.jar
2. Change XSLT.props:
3. Update XSLT.jar witrh the changes
4. copy the saxkon jars into jEdit's jars directory.