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From:Lorraine Doyle <ladoyle -at- POP -dot- TIAC -dot- NET> Date:Wed, 25 Mar 1998 07:29:32 -0500
I am considering using WebHelp for my current help system for a
financial systems product, written in Java, for Win95 and WinNT. One
of the requirements is true browser independence with equal and
predictable results. How can I ascertain that this is true of WebHelp
The Blue Sky website version of the product contains several glaring,
but only cosmetic errors that make me think it might not be a fully
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated.