Re: [NTO] Alternative CHM readers
- Gerard Huijing wrote:
>I had tried Sumatra for a short time, was not all that impressed, butI like kchmviewer already (after using it about 10 minutes) but alas
>did not realise that it could read CHM files too. Of kchmviewer I had
>never heard at all.
I've discovered a less good thing with it. When you use the ordinary
viewer and click, say, a variable name in the value and then bookmark
it, the bookmark is named by the variable name by default. With kchm
the bookmark gets the name of the page and you have to rename it
yourself. It does bookmark the right spot, it's just a bother to type
the name yourself.
Maybe there are even better viewers to be found. Let's hunt!