I'm using RoboHelp 7 to make context-sensitive help, with WebHelp as the primary output settings. This works perfectly on Windows and Mac. On Linux, when a user clicks a button on a software GUI to bring up the help, they see the following error: "Help not currently supported in Unix". I asked one of my engineer co-workers about this, and he said we would need to get Linux client libraries for RoboHelp.
Do I need to upgrade to RoboHelp 8 to fix this problem? Is there a separate extension/add-on of sort for this product that I'm missing? Thanks for any assistance.
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