The issue with IE11 is known and bug reports have been submitted to Adobe by myself and at least one other user I know of. IN IE11 when viewing your published help output if you press the F12 key to display the developer tools and navigate to the Emulation Tab, change the Document Mode from Edge (default) to 10 and your published help should fix itself. Unfortunately there doesn't appear to be any way to make this setting "stick" when developer tools are closed. Apparently there is a way to force Webhelp output in IE11 to emulate earlier versions of IE, but this also has problems.
At present we have advised users to NOT upgrade to IE11, and if they do (Windows Update has IE11 install as a standard), then revert back to IE10.
Awaiting a fix from Adobe!!!
After installing the browser's back and forward buttons (with your scriptcode), the problem is fixed in Chrome, Firefox and IE9. I can not test the problem with the empty topic pane in IE10 (althougt in the print preview of the empty topic pane, the content of the topic was displayed...), because IE has been updated to IE11.
In IE11, on my desktop, the TOC pane is still empty. On the server, the TOC pane and the topic pane are OK now. But each popup opens now in a new browser window in the top left corner of the display.
I have this problem with one or both of my projects, depending on the version of IE11...
Version 11.0.9600.16438 Update 11.01.1 (KB2888505) : only with one of the projects
Version 11.0.9600.16428 IC Update RTM (KB2841134) : with both projects
Make your choice in the index (ex. aceclofenac) : open the topic and click on Klasse or Legende : normal popup with version 16438, new browser window with version 16428 IC.
In my other project, popup opens in both versions with a new browser window!
Thanks for your help!
Just did a test in IE10 with your content – if I put it in Compatibility Mode, the “aceclofenac” topic displays.
And the popups?
Sorry, I didn’t try that part – just did now – they act a little weird; it appears, but sometimes it’s left-aligned in the topic & sometimes it’s right-aligned. I can’t really tell why.
Ok, thank you for trying