9 Replies Latest reply on Mar 24, 2017 8:33 AM by Peter Grainge

    Any chance to get original JS core files from Adobe?


      As you probably know, the core JS files for Responsive HTML5 output are minified (rh.min.js, common.min.js, layout.min.js, topic.min.js etc.). Do you think there's any chance that Adobe will distribute the original versions of these files? This would greatly increase the options for experienced users and web developers to customize and optimize the HTML5 output for the individual customer's needs.


      I know opening up source code is a difficult issue, but as the JS files are still highly dependent on the (closed source) RoboHelp application, I think the opportunities by far outweigh the risks.