Re: [Framers] Expected Size of HTML5 Help file - from your experience and knowledge

2018-12-26 Thread Caroline Tabach
Hi, This system cannot link to graphics online. I do not think the users will necessary have access to the internet. On Wed, Dec 26, 2018 at 5:29 PM Peter Gold wrote: > Is it possible to deliver very-low resolution versions of the graphics in > the Help that hyperlink to full-resolution

Re: [Framers] Expected Size of HTML5 Help file - from your experience and knowledge

2018-12-26 Thread Robert Lauriston
The skin shouldn't make much difference, that's just different CSS. Seems like SnagIt's compression is not the best, so you should use some other tool to get maximum compression. Are all those images really essential? Have you cropped out all irrelevant information? Is the 15MB limit really

Re: [Framers] Expected Size of HTML5 Help file - from your experience and knowledge

2018-12-26 Thread Peter Gold
Is it possible to deliver very-low resolution versions of the graphics in the Help that hyperlink to full-resolution versions online? This would depend on security policies for online connections, and whether users would have access to online resources, and if they need the information only

Re: [Framers] Expected Size of HTML5 Help file - from your experience and knowledge

2018-12-26 Thread Caroline Tabach
Frame 2017 (without RH) Well, I have partly solved the issue mentioned below. I wanted to make sure I only worked on relevant graphic files, so I used "package" to get them. This actually reduced the size of the .png files for some reason. I then used Photoshop to reduce the size of these files.