Introducing Adobe AIR Help Skin Editor [VIDEO]

After we introduced the ability to develop Help based on Adobe AIR in RoboHelp 8, one of the things we heard again and again from our customers was the need customize the look-and-feel of the generated AIRHelp system.

Enter the new AIRHelp Skin Editor in Adobe RoboHelp 9.

In this video, I walk you through the steps of creating a new skin either by using one of the predefined Palettes, or better yet, by using a color theme from the popular Adobe Kuler, which is a web-hosted application for generating and sharing color themes.

Check it out and please let me know what you think and as always, please share with your friends using the ReTweet button above.


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  • Kevin Mendoza

    Hmmm… I don’t see any links available to view the video. Is it possible to repost this? It seems to discuss something that will really help me out.

  • Manuel Casteja

    Hi, thanks a lot dear Evangelist 😉 😉 😉
    Have a question, crucial …
    Is there a way to use a frameset with four parts in the right part of an Air help ?
    I’m able to do this with the frameset options with a webhelp configuration, but I can’t use it with the Air configuration.
    It seems to work only for the first page (when I oblige Air help to show the first page of the help), but if there are links on one or several parts of the frameset, once I click on the link inside a page, it will show the usual frame with only one part.
    I do need to use a frameset with three or four parts for my work and I have found no teacher able to give me a hint or a rule to follow to produce a screen as I need.
    Thanks in advance for your help.
    Best regards from Paris.

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