OUT OF MEMORY - during loading images (JPEG's)

We use the OHJ (version 4.1.12) inside a Java/Swing application with JDK 1.3.1.
Our online help contains a lot of larger JPEG images. When the user navigates through the online help - an out of memory occurs while loading the images.
I tried to split the help pages in a lot of small HTML pages, but this doesn't help. It seems that the OHJ does not clear the memory
when loading the next HTML page.
Can the OHJ deal with larger images ?
Any other possibilities ?
Markus Pohle

It seems that the OHJ does not clear the memory when loading the next HTML page.
Can the OHJ deal with larger images ?
We have never seen such a problem with large images and OHJ. Could you send us a ZIP containing your help content by e-mail to [email protected] so that we can try to reproduce it?

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