|XMLmind DITA Converter|
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: When will XMLmind DITA Converter support DITA 1.3?
A: It already does, to a degree. As of version 2.6, XMLmind DITA Converter has partial support for DITA 1.3 . Full DITA 1.3 support is planned for year 2016. More information in XMLmind DITA Converter Manual - About DITA support in XMLmind DITA Converter.
Q: I use XMLmind DITA Converter to generate HTML Help. In order to implement contextual help, my application needs to be able to address specific sections in the generated .chm file. How can I do this?
A: We don't know how this can be done in the case of HTML Help. In the case of a multi-page HTML file, a specific section of a file generated by XMLmind DITA Converter is addressed by using a URL having a fragment.
Q: When I open a
.chm file generated using ditac, Windows standard HTML Help viewer
correctly displays the Table of Contents in its left pane, but displays an
error message (
A: Microsoft has released a security patch which makes it impossible to view .chm files that are stored on a network drive. The simplest workaround is to copy the .chm file to a local drive (e.g. C:) and to open it from there. More information in http://www.helpscribble.com/chmnetwork.html.
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