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Anonymous

Greetings,

Using WebWorks 2003 for Word JavaHelp template, each page on our
JavaHelp project has a reference to our company Web site and a link to
send email to us.

These links do not open the default browser or mail program. How can
they be made to work?
We plan to specify the product for use only on Windows platforms at the
present juncture.

Israel Dalven
Documentation
CellGlide Ltd.
israeld@cellglide.com
tel. +972 (9) 8858580
cel. +972 (54) 5290587

CellGlide is the leading provider of Telco-grade mobile traffic shaping
solutions that enable operators to deliver predictable, reliable, and
billable data services over mobile data networks. Using the CellGlide
Mobile Traffic Shaper, operators enhance overall network efficiencies
and reap immediate ROI benefits by employing service differentiation,
mobile SLAs, rich media streaming, and other revenue-generating data
services using available network infrastructure.

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Roger Brinkley

Israel Dalven wrote:

> Greetings,
>
> Using WebWorks 2003 for Word JavaHelp template, each page on our
> JavaHelp project has a reference to our company Web site and a link to
> send email to us.
>
> These links do not open the default browser or mail program. How can
> they be made to work?
> We plan to specify the product for use only on Windows platforms at the
> present juncture.

The easiest way would be to use the native browser. The next release of
JavaHelp will provide support for that.

Binky

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brinkley
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In order to get that support you'd need to use the native browser support which is available in the next release of JavaHelp.

Binky