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ID: 15650, HyperHelp 5.2 for Linux

by John Yonsky Email: Anonymous

HyperHelp lets Kylix developers integrate and distribute Windows-style online help systems with their Linux applications quickly and easily.
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Updated on Thu, 22 Feb 2001 04:06:32 GMT
Originally uploaded on Wed, 21 Feb 2001 14:40:09 GMT
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HyperHelp is the industry-standard online system for UNIX. This exclusive offer to Kylix users, lets you add WinHelp-style online help systems to any number of applications that you develop using Kylix. The HyperHelp Viewer displays your own online help files with the same powerful features found in the best Windows applications. The HyperHelp Viewer is easy to integrate and provides a familiar user interface for your application users, and can be distributed royalty-free with your Linux applications.

To create your own online help files, you can use any RTF-based text authoring tool like Microsoft Word, or eHelp's RoboHelp product. These industry-standard RTF online help files are compiled using the HyperHelp Compiler. As part of this package, the HyperHelp Compiler can be licensed by contacting Bristol Technology sales at (203)798-1007 and mentioning that you are a Kylix user to receive your exclusive offer.

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