Re: WinHelp requirements update
Ted Burton (tedbrtn@CYBERHIGHWAY.NET)
Fri, 3 Nov 1995 21:05:28 -0700
Nathan, who truly works so hard to help us all, no sarcasm intended:
>Sorry about this. I discovered almost immediately that the Win95 version
>requires an auxiliary file called SCOUTLIB.CNT or the table of contents
>doesn't work correctly. I've updated the zip with this file. Why MS
>don't compile that into the Help file is beyond me. Stupid, stupid,
>stupid. :) So if you downloaded it last night or earlier today, you'll
>need this file, which will be on the site by itself for your convenience
>(it's an ASCII file of just about 8K. Put it in the same directory with
>SCOUTLIB.HLP and it will work fine).
>Anyway, the 3.1 version is also available now.
Those of us who use Macintoshes and MS Word 6.0 wonder where we are with
such chatter. What on earth is SCOUTLIB.CNT? and what doesn't work without
it? There is a life beyond WIN95... Remember, WIN95 = Mac '84.
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