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Introducing JHelpViewer (A JavaHelp Enhancement Plugin)

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Introducing JHelpViewer (A JavaHelp Enhancement Plugin)
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If you have been unsatisfied with the default JavaHelp HTML renderer and no longer want to have to
write work arounds for the poor HTML support of JavaHelp then JHelpViewer could be your solution.

Based on the WebWindow Technology, JHelpViewer is a JavaHelp plug-in to display advanced HTML
pages.

JHelpViewer integrates easily with your existing JavaHelp helpsets to give you advanced HTML
rendering. Unlike the default HTML viewer in JavaHelp, JHelpViewer has advanced support for CSS,
Javascript, Frames, and HTML forms.

Features

* JavaScript support.
* Advanced CSS support.
* HTML Forms
* HTML Frames
* Fast HTML rendering engine
* and many more.

For details see http://www.javio.com
Checkout the demos and a evaluation download at http://www.javio.com/jhelpviewer/downloads.html

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Per Lundkvist

Also I noticed that it does not care about

list-style-image: url('images/list-square.gif');

that I have in my CSS-file to make a nicer "bullet" in my UL-lists.

And that also works in the "default-mode"?!

Seems like I can not use this plug-in anyway...

Per

-----Original Message-----
From: Discussion list of JavaHelp
[mailto:JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM]On Behalf Of Chimshaw
Technologies
Sent: mandag januari 5, 2004 21:57
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: [JAVAHELP] Introducing JHelpViewer (A JavaHelp Enhancement
Plugin)

Introducing JHelpViewer (A JavaHelp Enhancement Plugin)
-------------------------------------------------------
If you have been unsatisfied with the default JavaHelp HTML renderer and no
longer want to have to
write work arounds for the poor HTML support of JavaHelp then JHelpViewer
could be your solution.

Based on the WebWindow Technology, JHelpViewer is a JavaHelp plug-in to
display advanced HTML
pages.

JHelpViewer integrates easily with your existing JavaHelp helpsets to give
you advanced HTML
rendering. Unlike the default HTML viewer in JavaHelp, JHelpViewer has
advanced support for CSS,
Javascript, Frames, and HTML forms.

Features

* JavaScript support.
* Advanced CSS support.
* HTML Forms
* HTML Frames
* Fast HTML rendering engine
* and many more.

For details see http://www.javio.com
Checkout the demos and a evaluation download at
http://www.javio.com/jhelpviewer/downloads.html

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Per Lundkvist

Well I have to say this was a really good plug-in!
But 2 things:

1.) Page loads real quick (good that was my goal) BUT images are really
really slow loading!! Why? It is much faster in the default renderer...

2.) It doesn't handle style-classes. When I use HTML as
class="my_class"> it does not show the table correct, but if I open the page
in Internet Explorer, Netscape or Opera etc. it looks ok, formatted as the
class "my_class" in the CSS-file...

I really hope this or similar will be included in future versions of
JavaHelp.

Per Lundkvist

-----Original Message-----
From: Discussion list of JavaHelp
[mailto:JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM]On Behalf Of Chimshaw
Technologies
Sent: mandag januari 5, 2004 21:57
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: [JAVAHELP] Introducing JHelpViewer (A JavaHelp Enhancement
Plugin)

Introducing JHelpViewer (A JavaHelp Enhancement Plugin)
-------------------------------------------------------
If you have been unsatisfied with the default JavaHelp HTML renderer and no
longer want to have to
write work arounds for the poor HTML support of JavaHelp then JHelpViewer
could be your solution.

Based on the WebWindow Technology, JHelpViewer is a JavaHelp plug-in to
display advanced HTML
pages.

JHelpViewer integrates easily with your existing JavaHelp helpsets to give
you advanced HTML
rendering. Unlike the default HTML viewer in JavaHelp, JHelpViewer has
advanced support for CSS,
Javascript, Frames, and HTML forms.

Features

* JavaScript support.
* Advanced CSS support.
* HTML Forms
* HTML Frames
* Fast HTML rendering engine
* and many more.

For details see http://www.javio.com
Checkout the demos and a evaluation download at
http://www.javio.com/jhelpviewer/downloads.html

__________________________________
Do you Yahoo!?
New Yahoo! Photos - easier uploading and sharing.
http://photos.yahoo.com/

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Excellent! Excellent! Excellent!

This is a great plugin guys!!! You have really made JavaHelp top notch now. That old renderer was the worst
to write for and its poor rendering really made our help
lacking.

And JHelpBuilder!! That thing is fabulous!! You have made my life remarkably simpler with it. It is so very user friendly!!

Keep up the great work!! Now only if Sun would make this the default renderer and the builder the default builder.

Check this out Sun they really have improved JavaHelp a lot.