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comp.windows.x Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) 4/7
Section - 83) Where can I find a hypertext widget in source code?

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A hypertext widget was posted to comp.sources.x.  It can be found in volume
16 of the archives at ftp.uu.net under the name "hman".  The distribution
includes a hypertext widget with both Athena and Motif compatability (set at
compile-time) and hman, a Motif-based man reference page reader that uses the
widget to look up other man topics.  [Joe Shelby
(shelby@dirac.physics.jmu.edu); 6/93]

There is an HTML widget in the NCSA Mosaic distribution.

Bristol's HyperHelp product is a help system based around a hyper-text widget.

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