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Author methane
Recipients gladman, jcasale, mdk, methane, ned.deily, paul.moore, roelschroeven, steve.dower, terry.reedy, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2018-07-01.07:32:54
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> body_max_width (int or str): Maximal width of the document body. This can be an int, which is interpreted as pixels or a valid CSS dimension string such as ‘70em’ or ‘50%’. Use ‘none’ if you don’t want a width limit. Defaults may depend on the theme (often 800px).

Maybe, all you we need to do is adding "-D html_theme_options.body_max_width=none" option to sphinx-build when building html for htmlhelp, in Doc/make.bat.

I confirmed this option works with "make html", but I don't have environment for building htmlhelp for now.
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