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Full-featured help viewer for Windows. Help Explorer Viewer for Windows 3.0 Help Explorer Viewer is a full-featured help viewer for both Windows and Linux. One of its main advantages is 100% support of the WinHelp (.hlp), MS HTML Help 1.x (.chm) and MS Help 2.0 (.HxS) help file formats that are widely used in Windows, which lets you use the same online help files for cross-platform applications running under Linux and Windows. Another great advantage of Help Explorer Viewer is its easy integration into your applications.

Didn`t work for me Unfortunately, Windows CHM reader doesn't work on my system after installing IE8 (the same for my work colleagues). This application must use the same method of rendering, because it is also effected with the same problem (no pages render). The only solution was to get a Firefox plugin, and that worked great.

Did not work. Sorry, but on choosing open in the menu, nothing happens. So I deinstalled the software.

First use. At the first use this program seem to be easy to use, and respond at my first wanted opening hxs files.





Free WSQ viewer/converter.Supports 34 formats WSQ viewer 4.1 Free WSQ viewer/converter. Version 3.5. Cognaxon WSQ viewer reads and converts between WSQ and 33 other graphic file formats. Supported formats for reading: WSQ, BMP, TIFF, TIF, JPG, JPEG, JP2, JPC, JPE, PNG, GIF, PSP, JFIF, RLE, DIB, TGA,WIN,VST,VDA,ICB, FAX, EPS, PCX, PCC, SCR, RPF, RLA, SGI, RGBA, RGB, BW,PSD, PDD,PPM,PGM, PBM,CEL,PIC,PCD,CUT,IFF,ICO,WMF,EMF Supported formats for writing: WSQ, BMP, TIFF, PNG, JPEG,RGB,TGA, JP2, JPC

HiTHe WSQ viewer seems OK. Downloading without problems. I do have a problem with certain eps files but I have reason to beleive there is something wrong with the eps, not the viewer. The WSQ so far is simple and easy to use. Thanks.

This was exactly what I needed - an easy, free method to view .eps files and copy them to another format.

My web search came back with WSQ as a search result for a program to view or convert ithmb files from an ipod, but after downloading and installing the WSQ viewer, I discovered that it would not do the required task for this file format.

The WSQ Viewer is exactly what I needed to quickly view .eps and other graphic files without having to open slow, memory heavy programs. Not only can I open them with ease but I can also save them as a .jpeg thumbnail to easily find the graphic I'm looking for. In business, time is money and WSQ Viewer certainly saves me a lot of time. It will be much more efficient to review graphics with clients as well. Easy user interface and easy to install. Great program.

This program does not meet my need. I'm looking for a viewer that can show me header information of an image file. This program does not have this feature.

I used it for EPS viewer. It is OK. Thanks for the sharing.





Full-featured help viewer for Linux. Help Explorer Viewer for Linux 3.0 Help Explorer Viewer is a full-featured help viewer for both Windows and Linux. One of its main advantages is 100% support of the WinHelp (.hlp), MS HTML Help 1.x (.chm) and MS Help 2.0 (.HxS) help file formats that are widely used in Windows, which lets you use the same online help files for cross-platform applications running under Linux and Windows. Another great advantage of Help Explorer Viewer is its easy integration into your applications.

I had an earlier copy of Help Explorer and was satisfied. Now I wanted a new copy for other system and downloaded 3.0 suposedly for several Linux versions including Red Hat, but could not install, the script asked for KDE specific folders (my systems are CENTOS Gnome). Did not pursue further the matter.

This worked fine for me I had some files writen in odt file and the down load was easy and installed its self with out any complications.John Allen

I searched for chm viewer Linux and found your program. All information I found indicated "free download" and stuff like that. After downloading and installing it said something about "trial version". So I spent ten minutes trying to find what that meant. When I found that the real version would cost me something like $50, I deleted the trial version before starting it the first time. kchmviewer does the job and is included in my OS.

I am intersted in getting a help explorer type program that will work with Ubuntu Linux, however when I follow the link to download the Linux version I am confronted with I believe to be a Russian page which I am unable to go further with the download....jrclat

HelpExplorer for Linux Do not display hlp file with cnt file associated :(Good for chm :)

Unpleasant surprise Hi,I've tried to install & run your viewer yesterday, but I was unpleasantly surprised - nothing happened (no window appeared or any STDOUT or STDERR message was shown), after I run it (why is the installation process asking for a PATH directory anyway? There is no much use for a PATH link, called "help" in BASH - it has it's own (preferred) program, called help already. As I have never seen this program running, I don't really feel competent to answer questions below.



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