RoboHelp HTML X5.0.2

Subject: RoboHelp HTML X5.0.2
From: "SAICE AV" <saiceav -at- rediffmail -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com
Date: 1 Aug 2006 04:44:37 -0000

Hi all,

We're working on online help, and on documentation for the DevKit. Both are done in RoboHelp HTML X5.0.2 with Webhelp as the output.

In the standard help projects, we create the HTML files ourselves and have no problems with Robohelp.

But with the DevKit Robohelp project, the source HTML files were done in NetBeans (using it as an HTMl editor) and we then imported the files into our Robohelp project. Now, even in the source HTML files, the code has been copied from source Java files (Notepad), and the HTML tags for the code (end blockquote, etc.) have been manually inserted in NetBeans.

For the past few days, we've had the following problems:

Every time we insert an image (.png files) through Insert > Image, RoboHelp crashes.

The table borders are visible in the browser even after we specify No Borders.

Each table contains long lines of code, which means that the alignment has to be perfect. For some reason, even after we fix the alignment, the text wraps itself.

Appreciate your help!!!



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