I am updating a HTML help project file and having trouble adding additional mapping ID's. The .chm file works fine within the application we are using using the original data. However when I add to the .h file to add additional mapping ID's, its not working (only on the new mapping ID's I added. When I use the CSH Test application, it works fine. Its when ever I add additional mapping ID's it does not work within the application. So far Adobe hasn't been able to figure it out.
Original file looks like this: (these work fine within the application - outside of RoboHelp)
Works fine with the CSH Test within Robohelp
#define HIDD_ADMIN_REPORT_9G 906 // 0x0000038a 906
#define HIDD_ADMIN_REPORT_10A 1000 // 0x000003e8 1000
#define HIDD_ADMIN_REPORT_10B 1001 // 0x000003e9 1001
#define HIDD_ADMIN_REPORT_ELAPSED_HOLD 1101 // 0x0000044d 1101
the values I have added: (these don't work within my application, but do work fine with the CSH Test within RoboHelp)
#define HIDD_ADMIN_REPORT_9h 131080
#define HIDD_ADMIN_REPORT_9i 131081
#define HIDD_ADMIN_REPORT_9k 131083
#define HIDD_ADMIN_REPORT_9L 131084
PART of my question is - what is the // 0x0000038a 906 - mean? when I export the file it doesn't add those values
To answer your question, I'm not sure but it may explain why the call works in the CSH Tool but not from the application. It looks like some sort of hexadecimal value. Could you ask one of your developers to take a look and see if it rings a bell?