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This is probably a silly question but are ALL the CHMs in the same directory?
Well, they are and they aren't. If I look at mid 1 and 2, they have the appropriate chm files in the proper directory. When I attempt to merge mid 1 and two into top, it doesn't bring them base 1-5 chm files over with mid 1 and 2.
I hope I haven't thoroughly confused you yet...lol.
Thanks for the response.
If you copy the base CHMs into the same output directory as the top project you should be OK. In scenarios such as this I'd suggest having an output directory outside of the current project structure (e.g. C:\RHOutput) that all the base, mid and top projects can point to. That way there is no copying of files required and you won't run into these sort of issues.
BTW out of interest, why are you using a three layer structure? Could it not be handled in two layers?
Thanks for the response. The three tiers were actually only an example. I actually have multiple tiers that I need to include, some that are made by development, and most that are made by me.
I tried what you said and it worked, awesome. The best way that I found (since this is what I had to do, I tried something from my last topic) is to register the chm files that need to be merged in the registry as shown here:
Thanks for your help, I really do appreciate it.