At first glance, the WL help system seems very ‘retro’, but for -my- needs, it’s fabulous. By sticking with a modified HTML format (from Windows CHM) you get instant, CONTEXT-SENSITIVE help.
I totally appreciate this given how deep some of the features are in WL… and how infrequently I use them. IOW: Philippe’s system addresses the KEY issue with DAW help… a complex feature that one only uses very infrequently. You NEED instant access to -detailed- instructions on that ONE thing. And WL’s system does a great job of it.
HTML Help has gone totally out of fashion… my guess is because it is, frankly, harder to generate than a PDF, but properly done, it had a TON of advantages.
Cubase has gone far beyond what a ‘manual’ can handle.
Back to HTML help, I say.
One more reason to give much respect to Philippe.