Since AIR 3 features a captive runtime environment and allows users to run without install/system admin privileges, will this be carried over into RH AIRHelp? If so, when? Thanks!
No, she's in the right place Rick ;>)
@Maggie - nobody on these forums will know - it's all user-to-user round here. If you want to cast a vote for it, go to this location: https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform&product=3 8 and let Adobe know.
Oops! My bad!
Failed to see that trailing part. (My eyes sorta glazed over after reading:
Since AIR 3 features a captive runtime environment and allows users to run without install/system admin privileges
Silly me, I assumed Maggie was an AIR developer as it sounded very "developer speak" to me!
Carry on... Rick
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Air 3.0 allows installation of the AIR Runtime without admin rights but it requires packaging the AIR runtime inside the AIR application itself. RoboHelp AIR Help is an AIR application but the runtime is not packaged within it. There is thus no change for AIR Help. It will still require the separate installation of the runtime and the help and both will need admin rights if installed by the end user.
The help can be installed by a local IT Admin who can push the installation rather than installing it manually on each machine. That is described on my site.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
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