Regarding the top of the context menu. I've tried playing with the various options there to no effect. Before starting, you need to download and install. This done, edit the part in shortcuts. If this doesn't bother you, you're done — you can safely skip the rest of this post.
The chm has been edited. I knew it was coming. I've just tried out v. What is needed now is NirCmd, a free utility by Nir Sofer. Most often the format is used to create help files for software products. Franco Of course you're right.
Well, I've found the way and I'm going to share. . However, HelpScribble is not a professional help file creation tool, so you will not find many features existing in other help authoring tools in it. Hi, The entries created either in the Help menu or in the Language Help menu are designed to open the help fil on the main page to replicate the behavior of other editors. We hand pick programs that we know can open or otherwise handle each specific type of file. It helps Windows select the right program to open the file. You can learn more and download the help compiler.
Now you can make changes with internal editor or external editors. You get a translated document with the same formatting as in the original language. Note: once you have a working command in the Run menu you can add it to the right-click menu editing the contextMenu. Pros: — Converts any page to another charset. An option to have the manuals at the top of the context menu might make sense too.
So may be adding the initial new feature would allow you to select it by yourself. I think most people have a short list. I'm fine with right-clicking, but somebody might want it in more that one place. A file extension is the characters after the last dot in a file name. Obviously I cannot foresee what help you want to open without an extension that helps me. Furthermore, a document created by you can be open on every computer, functioning on the basis of the Windows operation system and you will never have to think again about the compatibility problem! Download the thing from , extract nircmd.
Because the software may include Help File in an unknown language to you, it could lead to difficulties, and sometimes impossible to use the program you need. Below we will use api. You will be able to change the topic associations later. What was called for was a way to have the help file use its internal search function to find the supplied term. Thank you again for your effort and patience. For translation you can choose one of the internet services the program works with.
Then click on Open button. Do you want to know exactly what it is, who created it, and how to open it? I'll keep waiting for the 'Top of context' option - I've seen the way you've done it in RunMe and it's very intuitive indeed. Furthermore, a document created by you can be open on every computer, functioning on the basis of the Windows operation system and you will never have to think again about the compatibility problem! Our patent-pending algorithm quickly analyzes your file, and within moments, presents this information to you in an elegant, easy-to-read format. Therefore, it highly recommended that you and other issues related to a fragmented registry. Besides this, either of the 'show in context menu' options does not add the manual entries to the right-click menu the default one, with no items added by me.
Feel free to adapt paths to your exact location. You can visit to learn why that happens and what to do if you have faced such an issue. In this case the opened manual is always the first one with which that extension has been associated. I've used a separate setup of N++ 5. See the newly released RunMe 1v30 to see how it works. After completed your editing, click on Build button on toolbar and on the following dialog, click on Start.
May I make a couple of suggestions? Write Content and Insert Hyperlinks Any modern help authoring tool includes a full-featured word processor. Click on Open button on the toolbar. There are tens of languages available for translation. The program includes a text editor with basic functionality and allows you to write help topics, create a Table of Content, and Index. I thought of contacting the author of LanguageHelp, but it seems that he has nor a contact form neither an email address on his website. Last question: is the Test button supposed to check for the existence of the linked file? I see it giving the same info box whether the path is correct or not.
We do not host downloads on our own, but point you to the newest, original downloads. There are some hitches, anyway: the plugin only activates the manual if the file has already been saved and saved with an extension registered for that entry. When I save said file as test. Clicking on Browse button on toolbar, you can browse all the html files decompiled form the chm file. The tool did not cause the operating system to freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs during our testing. What is needed here is a batch file to change the working directory.