I've not seen anyone post that as a problem before and I'm not aware of any solution.
IMPORTING A PROJECT
You should never open a project in a new version without first creating a backup. I always recommend creating the backup as a zip file. That prevents you opening it accidentally and working on it before you realise it was the backup. This way you always have a clean backup that can be used to create a new clean copy of the backup time after time.
The import into Rh2015 should bring in the template and I haven't seen reports of problems in that respect.
If you post any of the help file errors as bugs, then Adobe will work on them.
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Thanks Peter. I'll check with my developers and see if they can find a workaround for the Related Topics popup. If we come up with a solution, I will post it.
You might be able to add something like this to your stylesheet - the class needed may vary depending on your output and RH version though - I used the developer tools in IE to find out the class name of the popup text. I tried this with Multiscreen HTML5 (in RH11, but I imagine it should be similar for RH2015).
You need the !important to override the styles that seems to be written by a script.
font-size: 15pt !important;
background-color: green !important;
Great - I'll show my developer so I don't muck it up! I'll let you know how it goes.
For the record, Amebr's response is the correct one. Prior to finding this topic, I was looking all over my stylesheet for the PopupNotOver class, not realizing that it's created by a script...presumably during output generation.
To modify this Related Topics pop-up interface, open your .css file with Code Editor and paste Amebr's code in the bottom of the list. Mine looks like this:
font-size: 12pt !important;
background-color: light gray !important;
Works like a charm! Try playing with different color terms (for example, gray, light blue, etc.) if light gray isn't your cup of tea.