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[Subject] Posted 09/08/2004 at 13:58 by GypsumBlue Down
Cant seem to get HTML help to take me direct to the right help page:
Downloaded the zipped HTML 4 reference from www.htmlhelp.com/distribution

Extracted it to c:\htmlhelp
(which leaves a number of subdirectories categorised by area with individual files eg blockquote.html)

Help: Help for HtmlMenu:
Choose: "Folder with file tagname.html"
Browse to c:\htmlhelp

But pressing F1 only brings up the index file ??

(scratches his head

Thanks for a terrific piece of software. It gets used everyday

BlueGypsum
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• [1/3] Posted 09/18/2004 at 10:49 by Daniel Up Down
Hi GypsumBlue,

> Cant seem to get HTML help to take me direct to the right help page:
> Downloaded the zipped HTML 4 reference from www.htmlhelp.com/distribution

I don't know this; from htlhelp.com, I used the .hlp help file format.

> Extracted it to c:\htmlhelp
> (which leaves a number of subdirectories categorised by area with individual
> files eg blockquote.html)

For this kind of help, all files should be in the same directory.

> But pressing F1 only brings up the index file ??

Because, it doesn't find the asked page, it makes redirection to index.html

> Thanks for a terrific piece of software. It gets used everyday

You are welcome.


Daniel
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• [2/3] Posted 09/27/2004 at 08:52 by GypsumBlueUp Down
Thanks Daniel.

Works perfectly.
GB


Daniel,

> Hi GypsumBlue,
>
>> Cant seem to get HTML help to take me direct to the right help page:
>> Downloaded the zipped HTML 4 reference from www.htmlhelp.com/distribution
>
> I don't know this; from htlhelp.com, I used the .hlp help file format.
>
>> Extracted it to c:\htmlhelp
>> (which leaves a number of subdirectories categorised by area with
>> individual
>> files eg blockquote.html)
>
> For this kind of help, all files should be in the same directory.
>
>> But pressing F1 only brings up the index file ??
>
> Because, it doesn't find the asked page, it makes redirection to index.html
>
>> Thanks for a terrific piece of software. It gets used everyday
>
> You are welcome.
>
>
> Daniel
>


GypsumBlue
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• [3/3] Posted 02/14/2006 at 09:14 by robroyUp     
Hello
I don't understand the following.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
I don't know this; from htlhelp.com, I used the .hlp help file format.

> Extracted it to c:\htmlhelp
> (which leaves a number of subdirectories categorised by area with individual
> files eg blockquote.html)

For this kind of help, all files should be in the same directory.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Are you leading us to download the html help files from htlhelp.com?

Where should the extracted HTML hlp files be placed? You say the same directory, but which one? The root of HAPEdit?

Gypsum blue was able to 'get it' but I haven't been able to so far.

How about fonts? I noticed that there are no selection when you pull
the font window?

Thanks for a great editor, I'm just learning how to use it now. I'm
coming from a very low skill background so it's understandable that
I'd have trouble but others more expereiced would not.

Best regards
RobRoy









GypsumBlue,

> Thanks Daniel.
>
> Works perfectly.
> GB
>
>
> Daniel,
>
>> Hi GypsumBlue,
>>
>>> Cant seem to get HTML help to take me direct to the right help page:
>>> Downloaded the zipped HTML 4 reference from
>> www.htmlhelp.com/distribution
>>
>> I don't know this; from htlhelp.com, I used the .hlp help file format.
>>
>>> Extracted it to c:\htmlhelp
>>> (which leaves a number of subdirectories categorised by area with
>>> individual
>>> files eg blockquote.html)
>>
>> For this kind of help, all files should be in the same directory.
>>
>>> But pressing F1 only brings up the index file ??
>>
>> Because, it doesn't find the asked page, it makes redirection to
>> index.html
>>
>>> Thanks for a terrific piece of software. It gets used everyday
>>
>> You are welcome.
>>
>>
>> Daniel
>>
>
>
> GypsumBlue
>


robroy
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