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Anonymous

Hi,

what do I have to do to make the presentation tags work?

I've created the following helpset, but the presentation tags don't have
any influence on the presentation of the java help.
I've tried it with default="false" and "true". No effect.

Do I have to call the "main window" directly from the application? How?

Thanks, Jörg.

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Roger Brinkley

Chris Lambert wrote:
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>
> That’s better. However the icon shows up blank. I assume the path is
> relative to the classpath? (we have a classes directory in the
> classpath with an images subdirectory where the image lives)

No the path is relative to the helpset file.

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Jörg Steinbach

Thanks, it worked!

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tag has no influence on the presentation of the help window Hi, There is a bug in JH 2.0 which requires to call the presentation by name even if it's designated as "default" presentation. When you create your help broker and for example your default presentation is called "MainWindow" you have to write: HelpBroker hb = helpSet.createHelpBroker("MainWindow"); Then it should work. Hope this helps, Stephan -- Software 7 GmbH *** Helen 1.6, the JavaHelp Authoring Tool *** http://www.software7.biz At 18:29 01.02.2006, Jörg Steinbach wrote: >Hi, > >what do I have to do to make the presentation tags work? > >I've created the following helpset, but the >presentation tags don't have any influence on >the presentation of the java help. >I've tried it with default="false" and "true". No effect. > >Do I have to call the "main window" directly from the application? How? > >Thanks, Jörg. ******************************************************************************** You may leave the list at any time by sending message with no subject and "SIGNOFF JAVAHELP-INTEREST" in the body to LISTSERV@JAVA.SUN.COM. Archives are available at http://archives.java.sun.com/archives/javahelp-interest.html. Submit bug reports at http://java.sun.com/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi. ******************************************************************************** You may leave the list at any time by sending message with no subject and "SIGNOFF JAVAHELP-INTEREST" in the body to LISTSERV@JAVA.SUN.COM. Archives are available at http://archives.java.sun.com/archives/javahelp-interest.html. Submit bug reports at http://java.sun.com/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi. [att1.html]
Stephan Schlecht

Hi,

There is a bug in JH 2.0 which requires to call the
presentation by name even if it's designated as "default"
presentation.

When you create your help broker and for example your
default presentation is called "MainWindow" you have
to write:

HelpBroker hb = helpSet.createHelpBroker("MainWindow");

Then it should work.

Hope this helps,

Stephan
--
Software 7 GmbH
*** Helen 1.6, the JavaHelp Authoring Tool ***
http://www.software7.biz

At 18:29 01.02.2006, Jörg Steinbach wrote:

>Hi,
>
>what do I have to do to make the presentation tags work?
>
>I've created the following helpset, but the
>presentation tags don't have any influence on
>the presentation of the java help.
>I've tried it with default="false" and "true". No effect.
>
>Do I have to call the "main window" directly from the application? How?
>
>Thanks, Jörg.

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Chris Lambert

I thought perhaps the previous post about the bug would help me get the logo
set up on my help window, but it didn't. Do you have any suggestions about
how to get the logo to show up? Thanks.

this.hb = hs.createHelpBroker("TEST");

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Jörg Steinbach

Hi,

the mapID tag has to be set in the jhelpmap.jhm
E.g.:

url="images/icon/logo_small_transparent.png" />

Hope this helps,
Jörg.

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[JAVAHELP] Logo help

I thought perhaps the previous post about the bug would help me get the
logo
set up on my help window, but it didn't. Do you have any suggestions
about
how to get the logo to show up? Thanks.

this.hb = hs.createHelpBroker("TEST");

...


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Chris Lambert

ThatÂ’s better. However the icon shows up blank. I assume the path is
relative to the classpath? (we have a classes directory in the classpath
with an images subdirectory where the image lives)

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Subject: [JAVAHELP] Antwort: [JAVAHELP] Logo help

Hi,

the mapID tag has to be set in the jhelpmap.jhm
E.g.:

/>

Hope this helps,
Jörg.

Chris Lambert
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I thought perhaps the previous post about the bug would help me get the logo
set up on my help window, but it didn't. Do you have any suggestions about
how to get the logo to show up? Thanks.

this.hb = hs.createHelpBroker("TEST");

...


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Geoff Hall

You also need an entry in the TOC

e.g.: in fxMap.jhm

Â…

and in fxTOC.xml:

Â…

Hope that helps – if we’re talking about the same thing!

Now IÂ’d like to put my own logo in the title bar of the help window. I know
the answer has been given more than once before, but it was a long time ago
and I hope someone has kept a reference to it!

Geoff Hall

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Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Antwort: [JAVAHELP] Logo help

ThatÂ’s better. However the icon shows up blank. I assume the path is
relative to the classpath? (we have a classes directory in the classpath
with an images subdirectory where the image lives)

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Behalf Of Jörg Steinbach
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 10:24 AM
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: [JAVAHELP] Antwort: [JAVAHELP] Logo help

Hi,

the mapID tag has to be set in the jhelpmap.jhm
E.g.:

/>

Hope this helps,
Jörg.

Chris Lambert
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I thought perhaps the previous post about the bug would help me get the logo
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how to get the logo to show up? Thanks.

this.hb = hs.createHelpBroker("TEST");

...


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Chris Lambert

Now IÂ’d like to put my own logo in the title bar of the help window. I know
the answer has been given more than once before, but it was a long time ago
and I hope someone has kept a reference to it!

Actually, thatÂ’s exacty what I want to do.. guess I wasnÂ’t clear on that.

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From: Discussion list of JavaHelp [mailto:JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM] On
Behalf Of Chris Lambert
Sent: 02 February 2006 06:11
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Antwort: [JAVAHELP] Logo help

ThatÂ’s better. However the icon shows up blank. I assume the path is
relative to the classpath? (we have a classes directory in the classpath
with an images subdirectory where the image lives)

_____

From: Discussion list of JavaHelp [mailto:JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM] On
Behalf Of Jörg Steinbach
Sent: Wednesday, February 01, 2006 10:24 AM
To: JAVAHELP-INTEREST@JAVA.SUN.COM
Subject: [JAVAHELP] Antwort: [JAVAHELP] Logo help

Hi,

the mapID tag has to be set in the jhelpmap.jhm
E.g.:

/>

Hope this helps,
Jörg.

Chris Lambert
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this.hb = hs.createHelpBroker("TEST");

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