Your input got me further. Thanks.
You are right - the HHC uses IE but there are a few things that got in the way.
1. It appears that the only way to have IE & FF actually display the MathML is to make sure it's <xml:output> is "xml"
AND html.ext must be set to ".xhtml". That was the only way that I could make the MathML show up in a browser. (Bob mentions this in his book)
2. HHC only knows HTML. [now I'm stuck] It will allow me to use an XHTML file, but thinks its a foreign file and try to load it in a browser. I'm using the 4.74 version of the HTML Help compiler.
3. Looking at the HTMLHELP stylesheets, it looks like it calls the html style sheets.
Anybody have comments on this setup? I suspect that because of namespaces the MathML needs a well behaved XML - like XHTML.
In a message dated 10/28/08 13:47:37 Pacific Daylight Time, Cavicchio_Rob@emc.com writes:
DeanNelson@aol.com [mailto:DeanNelson@aol.com] wrote:
An other thing that I have to deal with is multiple outputs: PDF, html,
With PDF jeuclid works fine. With html FFor IE7 can be dictated.
However, MSHelp is uninteligent and doesn't handle MathML.
Does anyone have a solution for that? I don't really want to create a
process that converts the MathML to image. That would be my last resort.
I'm a little confused by this. HTML Help uses Internet Explorer to
display the HTML pages, so just about anything that can be displayed in
IE should also be displayed in HTML Help topics.
I'm not familiar with JEuclid, from its SourceForge page it looks like
it's a Java applet? Perhaps the problem is merely getting the Help
topics to point to the right location to load the applet. This can be a
little tricky with files that are compiled into a CHM, but it's usually
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