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Authored by: chrsbrwn on Apr 24, '01 05:54:20PM

Remember that Help Viewer is nothing more than a simplistic web browser...

Consider this the default index of Help Viewer; it's the listing of all help files that are installed.

On my system, it includes the help files for Quicken, AppleScript, the Developer tools (which bbedit uses as the default programmer's reference on Mac OS X... how cool is that?), the Mac OS help, iTunes and iMovie help, and QuickTime help.

The fastest way to get to it is to open the Help Viewer directly (that is, without choosing it from the menu)... if it isn't passed the parameter for a specific Help file, it opens to this page. You can open it from terminal with

open "/System/Library/CoreServices/Help Viewer.app"


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