After being happy with xCHM for a while now, I discovered a serious limitation, it doesn't support frames.

Not that I'd understand why anybody would need a frame to nail a header that contains nothing but the chapter's title inside the documentation, where the title is perfectly visible and the page isn't longer than a single screen anyway ... But there really are documentation files out there that require a frame enabled HTML viewer. The various "Microsoft Application Blocks for .NET" are examples.

Right now I've switched to split up the whole archive using chmlib's extract_chmLib and use a "real" browser to view the ".htm" files, but this is not really satisfying. Any better options for Linux and MacOS X out there?

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