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Subject:Re: cross-platform help viewers From:Ben Slone <sloneb -at- FML -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 2 Feb 1996 12:42:46 -0500
Contact Hubbell Lighting, Inc. for someone who uses FrameViewer (Mrs.
Kathryn Folden @ 540-381-3568). I'm biased, but the Frameviewer option
provides a lot more options for mission critical functions than the
other two. Virginia Power was also using FrameViewer internally - but
I'm not sure if they still are (Gerry Pederson @ 804-273-3699 - might be
a dated number).
debbi -at- mccabe -dot- com wrote:
> I have evaluated 3 help viewers: FrameViewer, Hyperhelp, and Acrobat. I
> would like to know what companies are using these viewers. This is
> important so that I can provide this information to management and so
> that we don't do anything too drastically different than other software
> developers are doing now. I prefer FrameViewer because we can do so much
> customizing with it, but because of it's cost and the fact that we want
> to be unique yet not too far off the main stream we need this