Update 4 for Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) is packed with a lot of new features and many enhancements! You can now import and link FrameMaker documents, create stunning tables with the new Table Style CSS Editor, publish to RoboHelp Server, FTP and Secure FTP (SFTP), import .h files into the new map editor and edit map IDs inline, create clean XML Output, add “See Also” and “Related Topics” sections to your topics, fix broken links easily, and enjoy a much enhanced topic overview list and an enhanced Email link generator. Update 4 also fixes 20+ issues reported by users and partners.
Update 2 for FrameMaker 2019 brings an enhanced DITA template import workflow, an even more powerful DITA customization plugin, and fixes a couple of issues with the new PDF engine. Update 2 also fixes a couple of issues and crashers reported by users and partners.
With Update 2 for Adobe RoboHelp (2019 release) we have implemented support for Microsoft Tem Foundation Server (TFS), implemented comprehensive map file support, give support for multi-level lists (nested lists), add an auto-numbering feature for headings and paragraphs, provide better support for and visibility of bookmarks, introduced an eyedropper to sample colors from anywhere of your screen, make working with tables more easy, and added custom navtitles for user-definied table of contents navigations. Update 2 also fixes a couple of issues and crashers reported by users and partners.
With Update 1 for RoboHelp 2019 you can now cross-reference index keyword among each other and add variables to index keywords. TOC and Glossary panels now support drill-down view. You can toggle the display of paragraph markers (¶), work with an enhanced expanding and drop-down text. We have also introcuded support for topic TOCs, enhanced the Microsoft Word document import and enhanced the upgrade of RoboHelp Classic skins. Also, you can now work with language-specific labels, add breadcrump navigation for your readers, and have enhanced the master page support. Also, you can now work with browse sequences, merge projects for Responsive HTML5 and WebHelp. Update 1 also fixes a couple of issues and crashers reported by users and partners.