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Of course I have to laugh a little bit.Â Here we are trying to make a system produce the typical
3-pane help...Â Banner, TOC, Content.Â And we have to jump through hoops to get it!Â Gotta love software.
ROBERT SAYS=================Our web team pointed to https://docs.memsql.com as an example of how
they would like my docs to look when we put them on the web. Looking
at the source, it appears to be built with Confluence + Scroll
Versions + Scroll Viewport. The version dropdown in the breadcrumbs is
particularly nice. Is anyone using that combination and if so how do
you like it?
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