Normally, the character dropdown will be filled by the fonts installed on your system. In your case, try the following:
- Remove the CPD and open the project again. Does that help?
- If 1 doesn't help, open rhfontset.apj and add your fonts in there. Remove the CPD and open the project. That should open it again.
RoboHelp doesn't correctly recognize the @import rule. Please try installing the fonts on your computer as that may alleviate the issues. Personally, I use a different CSS in the output with all the bells and whistles while in RoboHelp I use just what RH gives me.
As for the inline styling, it will not get overwritten by your selection. You will have to remove the styling instead. I do have a script lying around that can do this for you. But because it's very thorough and dangerous, I haven't published it on my site. Please contact met at contact [at] wvanweelden [dot] eu and I'll send you the script.
Hey there Willam,
Thanks for the reply! When you reference the CPD file, I assume that you are referring to the "Clear Project Cache" .cpd file?
I have also tried to make use of the inbuilt "Find And Replace" tool in RoboHelp for editing the inline styling and this seems to be broken and in my opinion should be removed from the App until it actually preforms the way it is supposed to. It give a result and says it has found and replaced items, but nothing actually gets edited.... Lol!
Hopefully Adobe will look into providing an effective way to make use of the @import rule used in there other apps, especially when it comes to the output of Responsive HTML5 variants of the documents created in the RoboHelp app.
Also, with respect to the styling you refer to "different CSS in the output with all the bells and whistles" Are you applying this within the output process here;
Another thing that I am trying to do is to add the Responsive HTML5 files to a section in an Adobe Business Catalyst site... but I really want to make use of pre-configured "Content Holders" from BC. I have achieved this with mixed results thus far, but its not quite want I want. What I really want to do is to make use of the sites "Header and Footer" page sections so that the RoboHelp file looks like its part of the site and not just something that is an after thought... I have tried applying a BC page template to the RoboHelp files from within BC, but this only works for the first page and not any other pages while clicking thru the RoboHelp file. I am wondering if I was to insert the BC code into the RoboHelp header and footer it would overcome these issues or make use of the RoboHelp snippets?
Have you or any other RoboHelp users done this previously?
I will also send you an email with the view of getting a copy of the script for removing the RoboHelp inline style formatting which will be helpful.
Thank you for your help, its really appreciated!