Your English is quite good! Yes, Dynamic Content Filtering is only available with the more modern Responsive HTML5 outputs. The features available for the CHM output are mostly dictated by Microsoft because the HTML Help (.chm) format is their proprietary specification.
RoboHelp has added a few things on top of the basic CHM (skins for CHMs, Glossary and browse sequences, etc.) but you will not find many of the more modern features in chms because Microsoft stopped developing it a long time ago.
That said, while the CHM format may not have many of the bells and whistles you hope for, the new RoboHelp 2015 does have many other benefits that make authoring easier and justify an upgrade.
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Thank you, John. I've got it.
One more question: is it possible to generate HTML5 for software documentation?
In the company I work for, we use CHM files because their content is compiled and it does not depend on internet for customers to open it. My doubt is if it would be possible to generate an HTML5 output (using the dynamic content filtering tool) and apply it to software applications. Do you know it? Thanks again!
It looks like John Daigle has nodded off again.
The answer is that HTML5 help can be used for software documention but there's always a "but".
The calls will need to be changed. I suggest a look at Willam's site at http://wvanweelden.eu for information on that.
Also if it is to be installed locally and the users will be using IE, they will get an Active X warning and will have to allow that. Unlike WebHelp, there is no Mark of the Web option in HTML5 outputs.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
You're geniuses! Once again, you're right.
Thanks for your help, Peter.