Are you using Source Control? Have you run any kind of script lately?
Have you tried removing the CPD before opening the project?
Thanks for replying, William.
- Using TFS.
- Haven't run any script.
- Deleted CPD, but still happens.
I was finally able to delete a file, but I still get the error. This is what I have to do:
- In RoboHelp, in the Project view, right-click on the file and select "Delete". The file will be checked out as normal, but then will throw an "Invalid Parameter" error. The file remains in the Project List, but with a checkmark indicating that it has been checked out.
- I right-click on the file again and select "Delete". I get a warning about there being a conflicting change that is incompatible.
- I try to delete another file. That's when I get the error shown at the start of the thread. The file is checked out (little check mark), but nothing else happens.
- Trying to do a "Check in All Changes" via RoboHelp shows ImageSIze error again.
- I save and close RoboHelp.
- I go to TFS and check in pending changes that way.
- After opening the project again, the first deleted file is gone. The other file remains.
Clearly, this could probably be done with fewer steps, this way I show you where i'm having the issues. As I said, this started happening just a couple of days ago. No changes were made to the file other than changes to the TOC. (We're actually working on 2 different TOCs at the same time, and both of them received changes.)
You can probably still check out topics and edit them? Do you also get this error message when you try to check in changes? And can you check in your changes using Visual Studio instead of RoboHelp?
Can you try uninstalling and reinstalling the MSSCCI provider?
Also, please log a bug with Adobe: Feature Request/Bug Report Form
Perhaps this will also help: Another user had the same problem and she seems to have found a workaround: ImageSize.Width error when checking-in to source control
Eventually I resolved the problem by deleting the project from my system and pulling in the latest version from TFS. To answer your questions:
1) Yes, I would get the error when trying to check in changes, but only after trying to delete a topic (any topic).
2) I could check in changes with TFS just fine. In fact, if deleting a file, I could *only* check in changes via TFS.
3) I didn't get a chance to uninstall the MSSCCI before restoring from TFS.
I'll go ahead and log that bug report.
The answer is to go to the Windows display settings in the Control Panel and change DPI font to 96 (100%).
Silly as it sounds, that fixes the issue.