Is this related to your thread last week where I mentioned framesets?
If this issue is what you were getting at when you said this fix is required, then we are talking about different issues. This is something I haven't seen anyone else report previously but thanks for the information and the fix.
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Yes. Turns out I don't have the fix.
If I serve the help with "bad" newlines using my test instance of Apache, Chrome renders the help fine. I don't understand why that fixed it for the developer.
The only place we see the non-rendering problem is in in the actual application where the help is served by Tomcat (without Apache).
OK, solution was to change the encoding to US-ASCII in the WebHelp properties. Then the newlines are not an issue.
As I said this seems to be an issue only when serving from Tomcat. I wonder if it might also have fixed my old issue with IE7?