Reading chm w/out IE


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David

After spending a fair amount of time beating the net for a solution to
a problem that shouldn't exist, I thought I'd query the group for any
suggestions you might have.

I'm running an ancient laptop (P100) at home (35' sailboat) with a
very small hard drive, tend to run minimalist apps to get specific
jobs done, and am finding more and more interesting applications whose
help files come in "CHM" format. I use an old version of NS as
default, 5 series of Opera for more compatibility and OB1 for
no-nonsense info mining and speed. There's no way I can justify the
space (or other issues) of IE4 or higher just for the ability to read
CHM files.

I'm looking for a small efficient app to extract the text portion of
CHM files for their content.

Any help would be GREATLY appreciated,
David
 
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Bernd Schmitt

David said:
jobs done, and am finding more and more interesting applications whose
help files come in "CHM" format. I use an old version of NS as
default, 5 series of Opera for more compatibility and OB1 for
no-nonsense info mining and speed. There's no way I can justify the
space (or other issues) of IE4 or higher just for the ability to read
CHM files.

look out for chm to html freeware (nonags ...)
 

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