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QtHelpConverter v1.0.3 released: create Qt Help from HTML Help



  • We just released QtHelpConverter, a free Windows converter application to turn HTML Help/CHM files into Qt Help.

    The converter works both as a stand-alone application as well as an add-on for our help authoring tool Help+Manual. It takes a CHM files and converts it to Qt Help.

    QtHelpConverter Features

    • Converts CHM to Qt Help
    • Tests internal file names for upper/lowercase conformity
    • Optionally adds inline CSS to HTML topics files to improve rendering results in Qt Assistant
    • Integrated collection file editor
    • UI mode and command line mode for full automation
    • Integration into our authoring tool Help+Manual possible
    • Free for private and commercial use

    Download:
    http://www.helpandmanual.com/qt-help.html

    Screenshot:
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    We are looking forward to receiving your feedback on the help converter! Please report bugs and suggestions as well.

    Alexander Halser
    EC Software GmbH
    http://www.helpandmanual.com



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  • I want to testify as to how amazing this converter is. If you are using any other Help authoring system, it's worth converting to "Help & Manual" just for the time it will save you.

    If you are already a customer, this fantastic tool confirms you made the right decision.

    QtHelpConverter simply reads your .CHM file, and cranks out a .QCH. So you still need a Help authoring tool like H&M to create the .CHM.

    To display your .QCH file with Qt Assistant is a bit convoluted: This can be done manually by starting Qt Assistant, opening the Edit|Preferences dialog and navigating to the Documentation tab page. Then click the Add... button, select a Qt compressed help file (*.qch) and press Open. (This is Qt's problem, not Help & Manual.


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