xibook <info> not included in WebHelp output

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xibook <info> not included in WebHelp output

Post by P4jjb » Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:26 am

Hi all,

When I generate DocBook 5 WebHelp, all elements and text in the <info> of the xibook file does not display. We have our company's legal disclaimer and copyright text in <info>, so I have to get it in the output.
How do I get this information to display?


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Re: xibook <info> not included in WebHelp output

Post by sorin_ristache » Fri Feb 15, 2013 5:27 pm


Sorry, in the current version it is not possible to display the data from the Docbook info element in the Webhelp output. We will consider extracting and properly displaying such data in the Webhelp output, probably at the bottom of the Content panel, in a future version of Oxygen.


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Re: xibook <info> not included in WebHelp output

Post by Costin » Mon Apr 06, 2015 3:55 pm


I just wanted to let you know that this problem has been resolved in the latest version (v16.1) of Oxygen.

If you have a license compatible with version 16 of oXygen XML, you can download the latest maintenance build of v16.1, 2015012213 (released on January 26th) from our web site:

The complete what's new list is available here:

To upgrade:
- For Windows and Linux you can install the new build in the same folder as the previous installation, it will automatically upgrade it.
Before you upgrade, if you have added files or made changes to any of the files from the Oxygen installation folder(especially the frameworks folder), you may want to create a backup of them because they will be overwritten during the upgrade procedure. Custom frameworks will be preserved but we recommend backing them up anyway, just to be safe.
- For Mac OS X you will have to either move the old folder from Applications to a different location and put the new version of Oxygen in its place, or install in a different folder. You can then copy any files you may have changed from the old folder (if any) to the new folder.

The Oxygen preferences will be preserved since they are located elsewhere (user home folder) and they will be imported at the first run of oXygen.

Let us know if you encounter further problems with the new version.

Costin Sandoi
oXygen XML Editor and Author Support

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