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Our company has a product that's a Java application, and I've added
javahelp to it. No problem, and it works beautifully.

We have another product that's a web-based version of the same application.
Here, problem. I was hoping there would be some sort of pre-packaged help
navigator, like there is for applications. But it appears that all the
navigation (table of contents, index, searching, etc.) is left as an
exercise to the user. The "support" they tout for server-based help they
provide is merely some convenience tags for being able to access the various
HelpBroker pieces. Is this correct, or am I smoking crack?

If so, what would you say my best best is, if all I want to do is pop up
a browser winder that looks and acts just like the application help?
--Mark
Jul 17 '05 #1
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