"With the demo version of the program, you may test it free of charge for 30 days. If you want to continue to use it after the 30 days, you must register the program. Note that the demo version doe not support batch conversion, etc. After purchasing the program [the authors will] send you the fully functional and LATEST version (v3.01) with no restrictions."
|Latest Wine Version Tested:||0.9.31.|
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The application starts and successfully opens small .hlp files and converts and saves them successfully as the following formats: HTML (single file), HTML (web site)
What does not
Upon trying to open a rather large .hlp file, like the 24 MB Windows 32-bit API docs ( http://www.powerbasic.com/files/pub/docs/Win32.zip ) the application dies with wine reporting the following error: "err:clipping:CLIPPING_UpdateGCRegion hVisRgn is zero. Please report this."
Trying to save a small .hlp file as PDF causes an access violation, and creates an invalid PDF file.
An RTF file was successfully created from a small .hlp file, but the resulting RTF file was unreadable in AbiWord 2.4.5, and only partially legible in OpenOffice 2.1.0.
Trying to save a small .hlp file in Word 97/2003, Word 6.0/95, or WordPerfect 5.0 formats resulted in an error: "Sorry, MS Office converters not installed yet."
Trying to save a small .hlp file in .CHM format results in no file being generated and wine reports: "fixme:itss:ITStorageImpl_SetControlData 0x167408" and "HHC5010: Error: Cannot open "c:\Program Files\ABC Amber HLP Converter\asm\x86eas.chm". Compilation stopped" (Where "x86eas" was the name of the .hlp file I was trying to convert)
What was not tested
Converting to the dozens of other formats available.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Gentoo Linux x86_64||Mar 05 2007||0.9.31.||Yes||Yes||Bronze||an anonymous user|
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