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Thread began 10/24/2009 10:46 am by neilo | Last modified 3/05/2010 5:04 pm by neilo | 2856 views | 11 replies

neilo

Thanks John, yes I saw the archive files.

As I say, - I am fine with HTML Editor/iRite - I have used it quite a few times on projects, I am simply curious about the way that the support has been set up for HTML Editor.

I think things would be clearer if the HTML Editor Getting Started Guide were actually placed in the Downloads folder for HTML Editor, rather than expecting people to look for it - should they want it - in the iRite downloads folder. It's just that once you go to the iRite downloads folder there are some instructions that are inappropriate for HTML Editor, which one might be tempted to download. It's best (I would have thought) to keep the HTMLE files in the HTMLE download folder, - and if necessary - add a note to the effect that any further help can be found in the help files from within the editor.

I am a bit of a pedant in these matters, I'm afraid.

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