9211Re: [NTO] Alternative CHM readers
- Feb 22, 2012Thank you!
I had tried Sumatra for a short time, was not all that impressed, but
did not realise that it could read CHM files too. Of kchmviewer I had
never heard at all.
On 23-2-2012 4:24, loro wrote:
> I found a very simple PDF reader, actually too simple for my taste.
> But, it also reads CHM files and it has what looks like nicer
> bookmarking feature than the default viewer (you can have the
> bookmarks visible all the time in a docked window). I haven't tried
> it much yet but find it nice enough. Anyway, it's small, it's free as
> in Open Source, it can be installed as a standalone app and it's
> better than the MS viewer.
> Maybe there are lots of alternate CHM viewers, it has never occurred
> to me to look for such a thing before. Encouraged by my first finding
> I searched a little and quickly found kchmviewer. It's larger but
> also OS and it has - tabs! I.e. you can have several pages open at
> once and flip between them. Yummy!
> Just sharing.
Gerard (E.G.P.) Huijing
2312 ZD Leiden
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