Re: Looking for a graphic hot spot tool similar to the old RoboHelp SHED
If you've been around as long as I have, you probably used (or were at least aware of) the Segmented Hypergraphic EDitor (SHED) tool that used to be part of RoboHelp. What it did was to let you identify an area (I think it was limited to rectangles) on a graphic that, when clicked, launched a jump or popup.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
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