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Like some of you I think, I developed online help (HTML) viewable inside a JEditorPane.
What I am wondering now is how do I package this for upload ?
Is it possible to include the files in the JAR (FBNClient.jar for example) and make reference to them from within this JAR ?
Or do we have to tell the user he has to install the help files where he installs his client each time ?
Thanks for helping
Stephane
 
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I found in some old post that I can use this :

And it works, except that I have the feeling it is slow. Can anybody confirm this impression ?
Second, I get a very strange error ...
My online help is designed with frames. My main frame is separated in two : the menu on the left, the contents on the right. As the contents can be large, sometimes a Scrollbar appears on this right frame. So far, nothing strange.
The strange is when I go to the right of the scrollbar with my mouse (without even clicking, just passing over that scrollbar), I get an exception from EventDispatchThread.
Does anybody know what this is ?
Thanks
Stephane
 
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