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On 1/10/11 7:13 AM, Mary Moore wrote:
> The developers I'm working with use something called the QT Framework
> to develop their GUIs. QT has its own help framework, as described
> Has anyone worked with this before? What do you use to author the
> source files? My client has FrameMaker 9 and RoboHelp 6 available
> as authoring tools. (They don't have the full Tech Comm suite.)
> Has anyone used FM as the authoring tool?
PS: Nitpick: QT is Apple's QuickTime, Qt is the Nokia toolkit in question.
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