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Subject:OS/2 Help WYSIWYG editor From:mpriestley -at- VNET -dot- IBM -dot- COM Date:Thu, 4 Aug 1994 18:24:28 EDT
Chuck Martin writes:
>On a more serious note, does anyone know of/use any good WYSIWYG tools
>for OS/2 Help? A program called UniversalHelp used to make the claim
>of both Windows and OS/2 Help, but I don't see it advertised anymore.
Personally I'm a bag-em tag-em kinda guy - but I've heard of a couple of
IPF Editor - Perez Computing (I think)
HyperWise - IBM
I haven't tried IPF Editor. HyperWise appears to work alright with
uncomplicated constructions, but is less reliable with IPF's more advanced
features. It would be available to you internally, though.
mpriestley -at- vnet -dot- ibm -dot- com
Disclaimer: speaking on my own behalf not IBM's