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How to make Javahelp appear in the browser

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Anonymous

All...

I have the JavaHelp working thru my web browser, but it makes
a separate window to show the JavaHelp, and not contain itself
in the main browser window where the applet was fired from.

Can anyone help? I see on page 102 something about Embedding JavaHelp
Components, but this is unclear as to if this will help.

Thanks in advance.

Mike

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Andrey Kukushkin
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Joined: 2006-02-14

You can try JHelp class.

Roger Brinkley

Hotka, Michael wrote:
> All...
>
> I have the JavaHelp working thru my web browser, but it makes
> a separate window to show the JavaHelp, and not contain itself
> in the main browser window where the applet was fired from.
>
> Can anyone help? I see on page 102 something about Embedding JavaHelp
> Components, but this is unclear as to if this will help.

Page 102 refers to embedding into a Java based application. The same
type of thing could be done in an applet. In this case the help
information would be embedded(included) in the applet's presentation.
You won't be able to take advantage of the helpbroker components but
should be able to what you want.

Binky

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