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You're probably referring to embedded help, such as used by MS Outlook, et al.
There's some discussion in the RH help, but I suspect you'd need some developers who've done it before, since all I've ever read on the subject indicates that a high level of expertise would be required.
We'll look at RH help and Adobe's knowledge base.
For now, I'm just noodling over possible approaches.
For example, if we use the RH CSH capability, could the developer configure "always on top" the way we specify window features -- size, placement, resizeable, and so on? Is this possible/relatively easy to do in the window call, or would it need some extra js.?
Or should we look at some other API approach?
Actually, it was the developer who raised the issue. He's asking whether we think it's doable in the context of RH WebHelp for a Web-based application.
Hello Harvey -
Thinking out loud here...is there a way to have your Help open in a separate tab?
Sure, if the browser option is set for opening a new window in a tab instead. But you still see only one at a time.
My developer agrees that this is relevant only for users whose screens are too small to work with multiple windows open. Conversely, only for applications that have so much to look at on a single page, they need the whole screen. In time, I think, both conditions will fade away.