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RE: [JAVAHELP] Tool to generate Online Help

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Anonymous

Luiz,

Luiz Barbosa wrote:
--> Basically, what I need is generate the help to be
--> ran in a commom browser, WITHOUT APPLET, and has
--> an easily maintenance of HTML/JSP content, like
--> change a word in the whole help pages.
-->
--> JavaHelp doesn't run without Applet, right?!

As I understand it, JavaHelp should be viewed in its own browser (help
viewer), not in a Web browser.

So I guess you cannot use JavaHelp for your help. If you need some general
information on online help authoring and online help formats, you should
join the the HATT ("Help Authoring Tools and Techniques") group on
yahoogroups.com.

Marcus Baake

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Luiz Barbosa

Hi Marcus,

Fine! Thanks for your help!

I've been something about running online help into commom HTTP browser
without applet and I found Oracle Help. Now, I'll see something at HATT, as
you said in your tip.

If anybody else know something about authoring tools for HTML help that run
into common HTTP browser, please, tell me.

I need find something that can be used to editing pages easily, as I told in
the last messages (like change one word in all the files of the help).

Thanks a lot!

Luiz

On 12/5/07, Marcus Baake wrote:
>
> Luiz,
>
> Luiz Barbosa wrote:
> --> Basically, what I need is generate the help to be
> --> ran in a commom browser, WITHOUT APPLET, and has
> --> an easily maintenance of HTML/JSP content, like
> --> change a word in the whole help pages.
> -->
> --> JavaHelp doesn't run without Applet, right?!
>
> As I understand it, JavaHelp should be viewed in its own browser (help
> viewer), not in a Web browser.
>
> So I guess you cannot use JavaHelp for your help. If you need some general
> information on online help authoring and online help formats, you should
> join the the HATT ("Help Authoring Tools and Techniques") group on
> yahoogroups.com.
>
> Marcus Baake
>
>
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>
> 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.
>

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