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Re: RoboHelp: Ready to Publish...how do I do that?
Subject:Re: RoboHelp: Ready to Publish...how do I do that? From:Keith Hood <klhra -at- yahoo -dot- com> To:Rick Stone <rstone75 -at- kc -dot- rr -dot- com>, beelia -at- pacbell -dot- net Date:Fri, 15 Jan 2010 13:08:41 -0800 (PST)
I don't understand the 'quite logically' part. Why was it a good decision to distribute Flare without the capability to create Javahelp? (I've dealt with Javahelp only a few times in the far past, and never used Flare.)
> My very first project with RH (2000) was
> JavaHelp, and it was easy. I think they've had it in
> every version since then (maybe even before).
> As y'all probably know, Flare quite
> logically decided not to support that output.
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