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Adobe RoboHelp: Creating a Mobile App
Nov
05
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RoboHelp 2015 introduces a new output: mobile apps. With this output, you create Android and iOS applications without any coding and without installing additional software. Best of all, creating apps is completely free. Only if you want to publish your app on the Apple App Store do you need a paid Apple developer account.

In this tutorial I will show you how to create an app that you can install on your Android Device.

Before you begin, ensure that you have...

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Adobe RoboHelp 2015: Embedding Multimedia from Camtasia Studio
Oct
24
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Integration between RoboHelp and Adobe Captivate has always worked well. Kevin taught you this integration some time ago. Using multimedia from other applications such as Camtasia used to be much harder. A recent patch for RoboHelp 2015 makes using media from Camtasia and other applications easy.

To be able to...

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Recording of Mastering Layout Customisation now available
Aug
17
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In this webinar I approach RoboHelp 2015’s new HTML5 layout from a different approach. I demo the new, easy icon-based approach to selecting widgets or configuring where search results will appear, I also briefly remind you of the old approach in previous RoboHelp that required directly editing CSS code. This session will also cover how to provide greater context or end-users in search results, showing more details. Configure search results to appear in topic panes or on the content, use the...

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Adobe RoboHelp 2015: Dynamic Filters
Jul
16
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A few weeks ago I showed you how to use named Conditional Build Expressions to include or exclude content from your output. RoboHelp 2015 has a new feature to make tags even more useful: Dynamic Filters.

Adobe RoboHelp 2015: Conditional Build Tags and Named Expressions
Jun
27
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A project can easily contain thousands of topics. When you generate a layout, all of the topics are generated. But what if you want to exclude several topics from being generated? Using Conditional Build tags, you can mark topics or topic content. When the time comes to generate, you can choose to create conditions that control which tagged content is generated. Using conditions, you can maintain one large project but generate multiple layouts; each layout can have unique content. Content...

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Adobe RoboHelp 2015 Review
Jun
06
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Adobe release RoboHelp (2015 Release) on June 2nd. My full RoboHelp review is available on Techwhirl: Product Review: RoboHelp (2015 Release)

Adobe RoboHelp: Merging WebHelp
May
25
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I've previously taught you how to create links between Merged HTML Help projects. This time, let's tackle merged WebHelp. Merging WebHelp differs from merging HTML Help in that you select the RoboHelp project to merge instead of the output.

Adobe RoboHelp: Responsive Layout with TOC only
May
14
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Some time ago I published a Responsive Layout with the TOC only. But since Adobe updated the layouts included with RoboHelp, the old TOC only layout was out of date. I've also created a TOC only version of the new Theme1 Responsive Layout to use instead of the old one.

The features of this new layout:

Black Responsive HTML5 layout with Favorites released
May
05
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I just released a new product: the default RoboHelp Black Responsive Layout with added Favorites support. Allow users to mark any page as a favorite and access these favorite pages from within your help system. On any device.

You can find the layout with integrated widget on: Favorites for Black Responsive Layout

Merged HTML Help: Linking Between Projects
Apr
25
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In my last article I introduced you to merged help and showed you how to create merged Microsoft HTML Help (CHM). In this post I will show you how to create links to a merged project.

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