Yes, I know, because now it does not rely any more on Document class, as some platform-compatibility issues were raised (linux) by Marjie.
So, now it writes the file and uses openHelpFile as discussed on the list (mainly with Scott and Marjie, I think). If the helpfile is already present it opens it. So, yes, you have to remove it if present.
I think it's document in the help file (could be clearer, indeed).
Yes, for me too, but it was OSX based.
But maybe one can simply use another method to open the file. The use of openHelpFile was requested for linux compatibility
Sorry, but you meant that you have put the requested markup in the source code of SCTextView? (maybe it's not clear from AutoClassHelper.html that you have to?)
No problem with the two options, only with Quark installation :-)