Re: Alternative to FRAMEViewer

Subject: Re: Alternative to FRAMEViewer
From: Scot Wingo <scot -at- BRISTOL -dot- COM>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 1994 09:10:51 EST

>>We are presently producing electronic documentation using Frame.

>>I would like to find an alternative to FrameViewer for the viewing and
>>distribution of our electronic document.

>>Does anyone know of a viewing engine that meets the following

>>- no royalty fees for distribution
>>- compatible with Frame files
>>- runs on a variety of platforms mainly, SGI, SUN, HP and IBM?

>>It does sound somewhat unrealistic, but one never knows!

>>If anyone out there has come across this type of viewer, I certainly
>>would appreciate hearing from you.


Bristol Technology has a product, HyperHelp that fits the
bill! No royalties, Frame compatible (MIF!), SGI/SUn/HP/IBM.

And for you windows folks, it even supports RTF and SGML!!

(With our Bridge product you can have one MIF source for
Unix and Windows!!)

For information: info -at- bristol -dot- com

For demo: ftp to

Certainly someone on this list must be using HyperHelp.

Any comments??

Scot Wingo
Bristol Technology.

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