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Ummm, can you expound on that a bit? Of course I can't speak for anyone else, but your description sure has me confused!
You said: I want to link a number of different FlashHelp web sites from my parent web site. (Fair enough)
Then you also said: I can of course simply add a hyperlink but RoboHelp displays within the browser window and that is something I am keen to avoid. (And here is where the confusion ensues.)
I stand to be corrected, but isn't your "parent web site" displaying in a browser window? If not, how exactly *IS* it displaying?
And just to add a touch of clarification, it's not "RoboHelp" per se, but "RoboHelp Output" that displays, no?
Yes - sorry for the confusion, the main web page diplays exactly as it should in a browser window. I have created some demos of my work with FlashHelp which I have also successfuly linked from the main page in a browser window. However, I want to create the same effect as I do with my work as an author with the software developers i.e. FlashHelp apears in its own tri-pane without a browser - it looks so cool like that!
Hello guntackle -
To my knowledge, Web content is displayed in a browser, even Flash content. Are you asking for a custom browser setting that does not display the Menu, Navigation or Bookmark bars?
Also consider placing a plain text link to the Flash site so those of us who don't use or aren't permitted to use Flash can exit or link to a non-Flash version of your work.
I hadn't thought about adding a link for the non-Flash people, I have considered using the Flash detector kit (available from Adobe) - I suppose I should use both.
Hello Mike -
Thanks for keeping us non-Flashers in mind!