When I publish a webhelp, it includes a folder called !screenlayout!
My understanding is that this folder is related to HTML5 publishing; however, the folder does not seem to be included in HTML5 output.
The problem with this folder being in the output is that it causes the installation process of our SharePoint application to fail.
The below message is displayed.
add-spsolution failed to extract the cab file in the solution
A little bit of Google on the subject gives a list of banned characters:
~ ! @ # $% ^ & *
Does anyone know if this is a bug or if it is by design?
Also, any suggestions as to how to stop this folder from being included in the Webhelp output.
A quick peek tells me that RoboHelp is treating the CSS files of the HTML5 screen layouts as CSS files that need to be provided in the output. Please take the time to submit your bug at https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/mmform/index.cfm?name=wishform.
The more people report a bug, the more likely it is to be fixed.
Bug report submitted!