Re: RoboHelp: How to make help for Linux platform?
It's not clear which "RoboFlavor" or version you are using. There are
basically two "flavors". RoboHelp for Word and RoboHelp HTML. Both *MIGHT*
be capable of producing a loose, uncompiled version of your help system
known as WebHelp. This depends on the version and depending on how old the
package is, whether you purchased only RoboHelp for Word or RoboHelp HTML
you purchased the complete RoboHelp Office package.
Without more information, I can't be more specific. But if it's a recent
version, you can probably produce WebHelp output. This is somewhat
"cross-browser" and should be able to be displayed on a Linux system. Note
that it may appear slightly differently when displayed in a Linux browser
than it will when displayed in Internet Explorer.
Hopefully this helps... Rick :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Khizran Kaleem" <khizran -at- gmail -dot- com>
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Sent: Wednesday, August 30, 2006 5:24 AM
Subject: RoboHelp: How to make help for Linux platform?
> I have been working on robohelp creating WinHelp and HTMLHelp for
> softwares but all have been Windows based. I have never worked on/for
> If I have the help contents how can use it on Linux. Can someone please
> me with this or refer a website?
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