On 21/05/2019 01:31, Thomas Blasejewicz wrote:
On 2019/05/17 19:40, Peter Hillier-Brook wrote:
On 17/05/2019 11:09, Philip Jackson wrote:
Are you sure it's going on-line and not just displaying in a browser.
You are right: in 6.1.5 the offline help opens using a browser and in
the URL field it starts with "file ..."
In an 6.0.7 installation on Linux Mint 19, where the offline help works,
the file opens other than with a browser.
And in the 6.0.7 installation on a Windows 7 Workstation the computer
"offline help is not installed"
HOWEVER, I installed both Japanese and English versions, each one alone
tried to fiddle with the language setting (currently: interface =
English, locale = Japanese), but that did not change anything.
This "offline help is not installed" is what I would like to change.
Have not yet had the time to upgrade to 6.1.5, but should it not be
possible to install the offline help also for 6.0.7?
If you are trying to install the HTML Help from the current version on
to 6.0.7 it cannot work as the older help system cannot recognise the
file type. Any help file you're installing must be from the same release
version. It's worth checking. :-)
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