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- From: "Simon North" <north@Synopsys.COM>
- To: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Date: Thu, 22 Apr 1999 16:27:21 +0001
This is quite possibly off-topic, but I found it interesting enough to
For those who don't know it, ForeFront make a software package
called ForeHelp for creating Windows Help and HTML-based Help.
Their latest version is promoting a new implementation called
InterHelp that (using Java applets) is equaly viewable in Netscape
and Internet Explorer.
Check out the demo at:
and you will see a reasonable HTMLHelp implementation. Now,
check out the base directory address in IE5
.... and you will see an XML file. It even has a DTD.
Does anyone know anything more about this application?
Simon North - Technical Writer, Synopsys
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