Make your CHM Help Files show HTML5 and CSS3 content
Image Is Everything and You Ain't Got It!Web Browser Control - Perpetually Stuck in IE 7 ModeForcing CHM Files to Display with IE9 (or Later) RenderingWhat to SetSummaryOne problem with the CHM engine is that it's stuck with an ancient Internet Explorer version for rendering. For example if you have help content that uses HTML5 or CSS3 content you might have an HTML Help topic like the following shown here in a full Web Browser instance of Internet Explorer: The page clearly uses some CSS3 features like rounded corners and box shadows that are rendered using plain CSS 3 features. Note that I used Internet Explorer on purpose here to demonstrate that IE9 on W..See more on west-wind[PDF]
can't view script56 (jscript/vbscript help) on windows
Just follow Install instructions from the download link provided:. In some situations, content will not be visible in the Help window after saving the file to your machine. In this case, you will need to give the file permission to display content.
How to Create a CHM or Compiled HTML Help () File
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