Re: A HAT for the Mac
Could anyone recommend a decent HAT for the Mac? I have to admit I am not that Mac software knowledgeable, so any help would be greatly appreciated. Failing that, does anyone know where I could get a fairly clear document on how to convert WebHELP to Mac Help? My understanding is that they are not that different, one needs only to "register" the help files with the main help engine (or something). If it is a document, I would prefer something along the mushroom level of experience.
Thank you in advance.
The Apple Help Viewer is a lightweight browser that supports HTML 3.2. I do not know when or if they will upgrade the viewer.
For full information about developing Mac help go the the following site at Apple.
This has links for the SDK as well as further info.
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