Well, I will jump in and ask why not try Mif2Go. Book size doesn't matter.
Should handle all your context sensitive requirements without a problem.
Assistance, if needed, is an email away with usual response in 24 hours.
Price is nice, $300/seat, compared to TCS or WWP.
You can download a fully functional demo version from www.omsys.com.
Sr. Technical Writer
[mailto:framers-bounces at lists.frameusers.com] On Behalf Of Tony Marek
Sent: Thursday, December 10, 2009 12:41 PM
To: framers at lists.frameusers.com
Subject: Switching to RoboHelp for large-scale Frame-to-HTML Help Project
Hello -- We're very interested in any input on our tentative plans to
switch from WWPro to RoboHelp for our ongoing context-sensitive HTML
Help projects. In particular, we'd like to know any of your experiences
using RoboHelp 8 on multiple book sets that include large, complex books
(2,000+ pages, thousands of images, hundreds of cross-references and
hypertext links, etc.).
Our software product's UI Help buttons call topic alias markers which
are included in the HTML output, based on markers that we've embedded
throughout the content of our Frame books.
We're currently using WWP and encountering new problems with each patch
they release. The product is proving too unstable for us to move forward
Any thoughts on taking on a conversion from WWPro to RoboHelp? Our
output has to be HTML, and it needs to be able to use some sort of topic
alias marker system so the product's Help calls from various GUI's will
be context-sensitive and open the correct topic in the HTML Help system.
We assume that this would entail us upgrading to the latest Adobe
Communications Suite. We're currently on Frame 8.
Thanks for any and all advice.
*/Technical Publications Manager
/email /tony.marek at pdf.com_
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