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To add to what Colum said, I saw the post last night and quickly looked at the page. Here is my own observation after picking things apart.
Firstly, we all need to be aware that while the page is presented using Adobe AIR, it's not part of AIR. Think of the AIR help viewer as being similar to the browser, but specialized. I believe in this case, it's kind of like a hybrid between the CHM viewer and a Web Browser. Like the CHM viewer, it's a specialized application for displaying content. But like a Web Browser, that content simply exists as a collection of pages on a server. For example, I can view the same page in my FireFox web browser using the link below:
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So here's the kicker. I do not believe the page in question was created using RoboHelp. If it was, maybe this is a preview of coming attractions? If not, I would think that at least that function should be added to RoboHelp among its many DHTML effects.
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