If you have the time, I'd like to see what the results of
this for you are. I'm seeing if I can eliminate the possibility of
our setup here at the office. Your email should be able to support
clickable links (no plain text), and your project should use the
1. Go into a published project folder with .htm topic files
2. Open one of the topics that, when opened by itself, has
the clickable "Show" (or whatever verbiage you may have customized
it to) link.
3. Click "Show" so that the TOC appears.
4. In the browser, highlight and copy the address bar.
5. Paste that into an email and email it to yourself.
6. Click the link in the email.
Does this open the project to the topic you originally pasted
the link to, or does it just open the start page of the project?
This is much appreciated! If it just opens to the start page
with the TOC showing, I'm taking it that this is a common browser
reaction to this situation?
It opens to the default topic. I thought Rick or someone
indicated in another thread that this is more the way the email
client handles it than the browser. If you use the # method in a
brower address bar it works.