First off, if I should put this somewhere else, tell me and I will move the message.
Now to the question:
I am wanting to embed a help viewer of some sort in one of my applications, and I would like to know what you guys would recommend. I am using C# 4.0 for the project.
I also would like to know what end-user help designers/compilers/etc you guys like.
I would prefer free/open source software, as I don't have much money.
If push comes to shove, I will create end user help documents and serve them from an embedded CassiniDev server to the user's browser, but I would like an embedded solution of some sort. And no, I don't want to use a CHM file.
We offer structured documentation creation and publication services both online using the latest technologies (see demo[^]) or embedded (see the doc inside the product of my signature). Since it is structured, you can "load and display" any part of the document when you need them, which is useful in building context sensitive help or in mobile viewing devices of today. A user can also build multiple languages document easily. However, it is not offered as free service ...
Just for your information since the lacking of proper technical documentation tools has also bothered us for a long time. And we created our own.
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Dearest Auntie reports this[^] story about a French driver whose accelerator got stuck and he had no choice but to drive until he ran out of fuel.
I don't know for sure but isn't it possible that by turning the ignition key half-way you can cut the engine without the steering lock engaging? What was wrong with the handbrake? I thought all cars had to have an independent braking system which the handbrake is. Yes, pulling might have caused damage but surely it would have slowed the car down even if the brake pedal caused it to speed up?
Is it possible he was seeking attention for some reason? Maybe he didn't understand what was going on but something about it doesn't seem to sit right with me. Perhaps it really was a problem.
"I do not have to forgive my enemies, I have had them all shot." — Ramón Maria Narváez (1800-68).
"I don't need to shoot my enemies, I don't have any." - Me (2012).
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