RE: Robo vs Flare

Subject: RE: Robo vs Flare
From: "Catherine Girczyc" <Catherine -dot- Girczyc -at- Westernunion -dot- com>
To: "Heider, Heidi" <heidi -dot- heider -at- twcable -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 4 Jun 2013 09:38:33 -0700

Hi Heidi,
I love Flare - am using 9.1 - I can't really speak knowledgeably about
RoboHelp. Flare has a lot of functionality but it can work very well
even if you don't know a lot about CSS.
Catherine

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Subject: Robo vs Flare


HAT lovers, pls forgive me if this has been hashed & rehashed to the
ground.

I DID search the archives first, and found out that some believed that
Flare 7 was better for content management and Robo 8 performed better
for Interactive content.

But now Flare 9 and Robo 10 are here. I'm going to see demos from both
companies this week, so I want to hear what yooz guyz-the peeps who use
these tools-think.

Personally, I like user-friendly super-intuitive products. The more I
can just figure it out and guess as I go, the happier I am. (Do all tech
writers hate reading user manuals, or is it just all humans? ;-)

Which do you prefer, and/or for what purposes? And if you can't stand
talking about these tools any more, no offense taken-pls point me in the
right direction.

Thanks comrades! ;-)



Heidi Heider
Content Manager | Portals Marketing
Time Warner Cable Business Class
2551 Dulles View Drive | Herndon, VA 20171
(703) 713-9204 (o) | (202) 277-7687 (m)




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