Thank you so much for your tour, Peter. It provides a really useful overview of the changes in RH2019. (One could wish the official content was as thorough. )
I do have one question. Is Robohelp Classic the same as RH2017, or is it RH2017 plus some changes? I assume the former, but just hoping to confirm.
Thanks, Peter! Especially for the "Anything I Need to Know First?" section, which showed that an upgrade is absolutely a no-go for my company yet due to the lack of command line generation and Word output
For anyone else who is interested, note that Peter's tour is also delivered as a sample called RoboHelp Reimagined in the RH 2019 install.
Whilst there are features that will affect some users, there are two things to take into account.
Adobe have assured the beta testers that the missing features will be added in a series of rapid updates. The new UI is going to take some getting used to so the interim period can be used for the learning curve.
2019 does not upgrade your old project in the usual way. Instead it creates a copy of that so you can do your production work using 2019 Classic while you learn how 2019 itself works.
See www.grainge.org for free RoboHelp and Authoring information.
I can confirm that at least the whthost.js file delivered in RoboHelp 2019 Classic is updated with the fix for the Chrome TOC issue. (I haven't generated the help, but the syntax in the file is the correct one.)
But unfortunately TOC in a merged Responsive HTML5 still does not synchronize with browse sequence in IE11.
Or did I miss something?
thank you for your answer. These are good news.
Large companies still use IE11 and it would be great to have that fixed.