Category Archives: Technology

Romancing the RoboHelp

In my latest project, I’ve been reacquainting myself with the joys of Adobe RoboHelp and Framemaker to produce some online help. Please see my previous post about RoboHelp that I’ve updated to include RoboHelp 11. I’ve been using RoboHelp for … Continue reading

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Creating Topics in Robohelp from a Frame document

I’m currently relearning the joys of RoboHelp after a few years and a few versions of unfamiliarity and I hit a snag on trying to convert documents into topics. I’m using Framemaker 10 and RoboHelp 9 (as part of the … Continue reading

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Navigating DOS menus

I keep discovering that the ExoPC is better designed than I previously believed. Because it’s a Windows OS, it sometimes doesn’t shut-down properly and when you boot it up again, you get a text-based DOS menu asking you to take … Continue reading

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Reading e-books on the ExoPC

One of the reasons I went with the ExoPC Slate in the first place was the ability to read books on it. Sure, there are the Kindles and Kobos out there, but they aren’t nearly as sexy as the ExoPC … Continue reading

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ExoPC’s Standby Mode

If you need to carry your Slate around, it can be tricky to know how to hold it comfortably without setting-off commands and selections unwittingly with your fingers and arm. To ease transportation of your Slate, you need to put … Continue reading

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