KchmViewer Portable description
Explore the CHM files you want
KchmViewer Portable was created as a simple and open source CHM files viewer written in Qt. It can be build as a standalone Qt-based application, or a KDE application.
The main point of KchmViewer Portable is compatibility with non-English CHM files, including most international charsets.
Here are some key features of "KchmViewer Portable":
· When compiled with KDE support uses a KIO slave, KHTML, KDE widgets and DCOP support.
· Supports tab browsing.
· Correctly detects and shows encoding of any valid chm file.
· Correctly shows non-English chm files, including Cyrillic, Chinese, Japanese and others.
· Correctly searches in non-English chm files even using chm built-in search index (but does even better with its own search engine).
· Correctly shows tables of content and indexes even in broken CHM files.
· Shows an appropriate image for every TOC entry.
· Has complete chm index support, including multiple index entries, cross-links and parent/child entries in index.
· Persistent bookmarks support. Allows to store bookmarks even if "Favorites" window was not enabled for this chm file. Stores not only the page, but also the screen position for every bookmark. You can edit/delete bookmarks.
· For any opened chm file stores the last opened window, window size, search and bookmark history, font size and other settings, so when you open this file again, everything is always on the place.
· Has easy and powerful search-in-page support.
· Allows to increase or decrease the font size, so handicapped people can read texts easily.
· Has standard Back/Forward/Home navigation.
· Has next-in-content-table and prev-in-content-table navigation.
· Can print the opened pages on a standard printer (usually via CUPS).
· Can show HTML source of CHM pages either using internal viewer, or external, specified by user.
· Correct ms-its link support: can switch CHM files by clicking links in different CHMs.
· Supports full-screen, and turning off content window.
Has advanced built-in search engine, which:
· does not require the search index to be present in chm file.
· indexes all the characters, including symbols, which allows you to search for code like "$q = new SWFAction()"
· supports all the languages chm file could be written in, including those using Cyrillic, European or multi-byte chatsets.
· supports phrase search.
· KDE version supports automation through DCOP interface.
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· A few minor bugs were fixed, Ukrainian and Brazilian translations were added.