6 Replies Latest reply on May 9, 2017 2:51 PM by Captiv8r



      I am trying to type in my body and my letters are green. They will not go back to black. Why is this?

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          Peter Grainge Adobe Community Professional

          Is it the same in all topics?


          Is it just the normal style?


          Sounding like you have somehow changed your style sheet.


          Take a look at that first.


          What version of RoboHelp are you using?

          • 2. Re: Format
            debrah76718398 Level 1

            Yes I just checked, it is the same on all topics.

            Im on Responsive HTML5


            How do I change that back?

            • 3. Re: Format
              Peter Grainge Adobe Community Professional

              This problem is in your source topics, correct? If so the output is irrelevant.


              Have you done any editing of your CSS (style sheet) recently? If not, I am

              struggling to think how you have made this change.


              I can probably tell you how to reset it but only when you tell me which

              version of RoboHelp you are using, hence asking that question. ☺️

              • 4. Re: Format
                debrah76718398 Level 1


                • 5. Re: Format
                  Peter Grainge Adobe Community Professional

                  I don't have that version handy. I wonder if you could share your CSS with

                  me? If you can, see the Contact page on my site. For this file, you can

                  attach the file to your email. I'll look tomorrow.

                  • 6. Re: Format
                    Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP

                    Hi there


                    I don't have RoboHelp 11 on this PC so am drawing completely from memory on this.


                    You might try using the RoboHelp editor to select one of the paragraphs with green text. Then use the color icon to "paint" the text black. Then try to apply the Normal style to the text. If memory serves, you should be prompted to either reset the text to what the style contains (likely green in this case) or to update the Normal style so the text is now black.


                    Cheers... Rick