1 Reply Latest reply on Jul 26, 2006 5:03 AM by Captiv8r

    CTRL + W (View Selected Item)

    rockhiker Level 1
      My view selected item stopped working. CTRL +W does not work either. IE6 & Firefox - Any ideas.
      Thanks
      jim
        • 1. Re: CTRL + W (View Selected Item)
          Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP
          Hi Jim

          Yeah, sometimes the Preview window likes to perform a pisadeering act for us!

          You might give the following steps a try:

          1. Close RoboHelp HTML.
          You need to do this because the values we are about to change will be destructively changed once we close RoboHelp HTML and restart.

          2. Open the Windows Registry Editor.
          (All standard disclaimers apply. Back up the registry, sacrifice a chicken, yadda yadda yadda)

          3. Locate the following key:
          HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\version\RoboHTML\version\MontereyFrame\

          4. Double click the item labeled Preview in separate window and ensure the value is set to 1. If it already is, terrific. If not, change it to 1 and click the OK button. It doesn't matter if the option is set to Hex or Decimal.

          5. Double click the item labeled PreviewMaximized and ensure the value is set to 0. If it already is, terrific. If not, change it to 0 and click the OK button. It doesn't matter if the option is set to Hex or Decimal.

          6. Double click the item labeled PreviewWindowCX. Make sure the option is set to Decimal and set the value to 50. Then click the OK button.

          7. Double click the item labeled PreviewWindowCY. Make sure the option is set to Decimal and set the value to 50. Then click the OK button.

          8. Double click the item labeled PreviewWindowX. Make sure the option is set to Decimal and set the value to 50. Then click the OK button.

          9. Double click the item labeled PreviewWindowY. Make sure the option is set to Decimal and set the value to 50. Then click the OK button.

          10. Close the Windows Registry Editor.

          11. Restart RoboHelp HTML and preview a topic.

          The window should now be floating above the RoboHelp HTML application in full view.

          Hopefully this helps... Rick