Even this lengthy FAQ does not address some of the "future
features" in those products we all want to see. Still,
it's nice to read something fresh, direct and published on
this website instead of rumor.
I like the logical synergy of the Technical Communications
products and am glad that Adobe rescued RoboHelp.
At WritersUA last April I got to talk to the engineers and
product managers who are working away on the next version of
RoboHelp and detected a genuine enthusiasm for its future. I'm as
impatient as everyone else, and first quarter 2007 seems a long
time. But I've learned that while Adobe's pace may be maddening,
they are thorough in what they do.
(Truth in posting: While I am not an employee of Adobe, I
chair the RoboHelp Customer Advisory Forum and am an Adobe
Certified RoboHelp/Captivate/Breeze instructor.)