Thank you for the clarification.
Indeed, as there are some issues with generating the API reference as CHM, the RadSyntaxEditor is not present in this version of the documentation. We're working on resolving this issue in future releases, however, for the time being the newly-introduced API can only be viewed online.
We do apologize for any inconvenience caused by this limitation.
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