Thanks for the suggestion.
I ran the script on the Travel the Whirls project. When I clicked the Search button of the generated chm I received this js error:
It doesn't list the whutils.js file directly but it's essentially the same error message I received with my own project, Line 178, "toUpperCase" property.
By the way, I did a file compare between the RH2015 and RH2017 versions of that .jsx script file and they are identical.
Hi Peter - I just saw your response...
Yes, I am opening the Sample project as you mentioned from the ribbon on the Start page. The projects location is in my local User account:
The project's location is shown here:
I just use the defaults for the chm generation which is here:
The exact output location's address is:
C:\Users\steve.roehrig\Documents\My RoboHelp Projects\Adobe RoboHelp 2017\Samples\Travel_the_Whirls\!SSL!\Travel_the_Whirls.chm
I'm not sure why the output's location would matter though, since the chm should be portable containing everything needed in its compressed/compiled state.
Have you had a chance to test this and see if you're getting the error or is it working as expected?
I'm not at a RoboHelp machine right now. I queried the location because the
length of the path and being on a different drive can cause issues.
Hi Peter - No, I have since moved on to other work but wanted to get back to it over the weekend.
I was at the Tech Comm conference in Tacoma a couple weeks back and was introduced to this concept by one of the presenters (Rick Stone) and thought I'd try and implement it. I'll try and contact him to see if he has any thoughts.