Re: Question about Webworks ePublisher Pro

Subject: Re: Question about Webworks ePublisher Pro
From: Bill Swallow <techcommdood -at- gmail -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 08:53:41 -0400

> To all you Webworks gurus out there --
> I've been told that Web help generated by ePublisher Pro relies heavily
> on ActiveX, so if
> a user running Win XP SP 2 has the IE browser set to medium security,
> the Web help
> will not load unless the user actively chooses to allow it. If the
> user's security is
> set to high, the Web help will not load at all. Is anyone familiar with
> this? Do you have a workaround for generating help that displays with no
> problem?

Who told you that WWHelp uses ActiveX? It uses Java or JavaScript
(your choice). It wouldn't be cross-browser-friendly if it used

User settings will always be an issue with regard to online content,
but if they choose to trust Java and to execute the scripts, they're
all set. But I have my machine set to medium security and WWHelp runs
just fine. Can you elaborate on how it's not working under the
scenario you described? Can you include the text from any popups or
warnings? That will help diagnose the issue.

Bill Swallow
HATT List Owner
WWP-Users List Owner


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