This requires you to sniff the browser's history. And most browsers see
this as a security threat so they have blocked that. The followig thread
has some suggestions to get this working:
This is being used in a CHM that was converted from a Webhelp in RH10 does that make any difference?
When you say: This is being used in a CHM that was converted from a Webhelp in RH10, does that mean you are using the feature in RH10 where you are now able to use the CHM as a wrapper in order to present a single .CHM file that presents a skinned WebHelp?
Or are you instead saying that you are now creating CHM output and used to create WebHelp?
You can try, but I don't give you much chance. CHM uses IE under water
and security is possibly even stricter in a CHM than on a regular site.
Yes, the new feature. I generate the Webhelp then File > Generate > Webhelp to CHM Converter.
I've been doing some research and IE does have security issues with it, I didn't think that would be a problem for the CHM.