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Thankyou for your quick response.
Yes, I am, but this is a topic that is being included in this particular build, not excluded. Other topics with the same conditional tag which also use links do not seem to be affected....
That's why I'm abit confused & can't work out why it works ok if I re-create the topic.....
Do you have any more ideas what might be going on?
Not to doubt you, but are you absolutely certain that this topic otherwise exists? Can you post the file name here? I know you mentioned the length of the file name not being something you feel would be a factor, but I'm wondering if perhaps the whole project location could be a factor. For example, I've seen projects where the main Project name and location are something like this:
C:\Program Files\RoboHelp Office\RoboHTML\Projects\Callahan
And if you close RoboHelp, take that Callahan folder and rearrange it so it perhaps is like this:
Might be worth a shot... Rick
That's ok - there is probably every reason to doubt me - I am quite rusty with RoboHelp, so chances are it is me!!
Yes, the topic definitely exists... but if full path name can effect, then that could defnitely be a problem....
the path to the link is:
& the full project location (going down to the folder where the link won't work from is:
My Documents\test APRE HELP FILES\APRE_Front_End_User_Guide_Files\APRE_screen_overview\APRE_screen_overview_menus
But why is it only occurring in this help page & not with links on any other pages?
I think u have solved it - I just tried adding a link to the topic to another topic in the same sub-folder & it works fine. So I'll rename these folders & see how I get on.
thankyou very much for your help!!
I wonder if it could just be the sheer length of that path. Try shortening it.
F_E_Guide, oview etc would help.
Thankyou for reponding - as per my previous post (marked as being the answer) yes, Rick's suggestion re: file lengths did solve the problem!
Sorry, bad reading day.