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Note the message says:
"IE has restricted this webpage from running scrips or active X...."
Note that if you have RoboHelp 6 or 7, you have the option of enabling "Mark of the Web" when you generate your output. If you do this, the message isn't triggered when running WebHelp locally off the C drive.
Hello sneedhearn -
See this MSDN blog:
I don't use MOTW, and I don't get the yellow bar, with these conditions:
IE6 or IE7
local C drive or Inter/Intranet URL
In IE Tools/Internet Options -- if you have control over these settings:
Security/ Internet and Intranet should be no higher than Medium.
Open custom settings and Disable automatic prompting. Enable Active X and script functions (you may not want to enable unsigned or unverified controls). Change "prompt" to "enable" where you can.
In Internet Options/Advanced, Allow active content from CDs and in files to run on your computer.
I don't know about Vista.
IT-imposed browser settings can interfere with what I'm doing. So far, the worst is that I have to redo the settings once a day, when I boot up.
I should note that I am using RoboHelp HTML. I don't see a "mark the web" when I compile. I just click on the "Generate Primary Layout" button and get the options to "view result" "done", etc.
Hello sneedhearn -
OK, let's back up a bit...which version of RoboHelp are you using? RH X5 (and earlier) doesn't have "mark of the Web" - I think that appeared in RH6 and it is in RH7.
Hi again Steve
You need to step through the intermediate dialogs when you generate in order to see the option. Because you are using the Quick Generate icon, you aren't seeing them.
Double-click the layout and you should see the first of several screens. The first typically has the option for Mark of the Web.
Worked like a charm - thanks for all of your time and your help on this.