I've posted on here before about the whtbar.js file, and everyone's been such a big help. One of our products that I compile in WebHelp is contained within a product as opposed to opening in its own browser. That necessitated using an older version of the whtbar.js file in order to keep topic forward and back functionality working.
Recently I was upgraded from RoboHelp 7 to 9. A week or two later, they upgraded me to RoboHelp 10. Anyway, now when I try and open this help from our application, a script error appears. The entire WebHelp folder gets pulled from version control into the product's build by our Development team, so all files are there.
I have tried using four different whtbar.js files (files modified or created at different times), but none work. Also, you can't simply click Yes or No on this error message. You can't even click X. I have to go to Task Manager to close the application that way.
We had recently solved this issue - I believe when I first upgraded to 9 - but now using 10, this error is coming up again and the fixes I tried successfully last time do not work now.
If anyone has any idea on how to fix this error, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks.
WebHelp's inner workings have changed dramatically in RoboHelp 10. I suggest you use the RH10 whtbar.js and see where the problem with browse sequences lies.
You were right about RH10 being so different. What solved it was using the newly created RH10 whtbar.js file and replacing the code for next and previous to work. I will use this new version of teh file as my baseline for this version from now on. I appreciate the help.