Short answer – yes
You can do it in 2 ways – create separate “versioned” forms of output (if you want to ensure that the user never sees the other versions) or use DUCC – see http://www.grainge.org/pages/authoring/rh_tour/rh9_new/ducc/rh9_ducc.htm
Thanks Jeff. DUCC looks interesting. I'm surprised that it's been around since RH 9, and I didn't know it.
The sample screen shot in the image you sent wasn't clear: Is it possible to possible to populate variables and expose hide conditioned text/topics according to the user type? (I my case, "user type" would be software version.)
Are there any gotchas with DUCC from your experience?
Sorry, I’m not Peter (grin) – I’ve never had any need to try it out; the main thing is that you have to rely on the user picking the appropriate flavour to show – if you’ve got “secret” stuff that only one type of user should be able to access, I think DUCC fails with that sort of thing.
OK. The thing to do of course is try a trial copy of RH. The new release does appear to have nice other features too.
Did I write "Peter" somewhere? Or, more likely, a joke got past me.
No, just that I didn’t post any screenshot – just a link to RH guru/god Peter Grainge’s website ;>)