The redirect is not a mandatory way of creating merged help. It simply means that all projects with content are at the same level so that cross project links are all between child projects and work.
Have you regenerated the master first and then all the children?
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
I have and still no luck. I tried creating a new master project with no content as my original master did have about 20 or so topics in it. Still no luck.
I was reading some posts and info on the forum concerning performing the upgrade to Robo 10 from my local drive instead of the network drive. Unfortunately, this was not done. Migration to Windows 7 occurred before the Robo upgrade so I was forced to use the network drive as we can no longer update/modify the C:// drive files. Could this be why I am having such difficulty?
I was always impressed with the ease in which I could create child projects and link them to my Master guide, without any issues. However, this particular situation has me stumped.
Any suggestions? Your assistance is greatly appreciated.
Manon Gagnon, ALMI, PCS
Senior Analyst, Analyste principale
Gestion des effectifs et Contrôle de Qualité
Workforce Management & Quality Assurance
Could well be the upgrade being done with project already on network. Gave
me some grief.
Time to dig out the backup and upgrade locally.