I'm running into several bugs with my generated help. It
seems whutils.js (found in the !SSL! folder), adds 4 pts to the
font displayed on a Macintosh. My lovely 10 pt TOC displays
accurately on my PC using Firefox and IE. But on a Mac, I get a 14
help set, is there a place in the application to specify that fonts
be treated equally across platforms and browsers. I can't for the
life of me find it.
hard to believe it's there.
Any ideas or tips would be greatly appreciated.
I've seen this too but don't have any Mac users (except
myself, at home).
You should report this to Adobe as a "bug." Much has changed
for all the Mac versions of browsers since this code was written.
All output code needs to be reviewed before the next RH release.
Meanwhile, if you come up with a safe way to fix this, you
could save and keep a modified version of whutils.js to substitute
after generating any WebHelp. If we're lucky, we might find that
the source file in the RH application folder is identical to the
output version, so you could nip this problem in the bud.