Duration: 14 min.
John, an Adobe community expert for RoboHelp, shares his reaction to the RoboHelp 7 sneak peak, and also explains the main features RoboHelp 7 will have: drag-and-drop functionality across the topics, double-byte language support for translation, the ability to have multiple topics open at the same time, snippets with graphics, removal of kadov tags, automatic breadcrumbs, and tighter integration with other Adobe products. John speculates on reasons for Adobe's lack of transparency, and comments on the globalization of Adobe's development for RoboHelp. Visit John's site at http://showmethedemo.com/.
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