I'm creating a FlashHelp project for a web-based application.
Everything's been peachy except for this one problem: When you open
the help window from a link within the application, the browser
window is not resizable and does not display the tool bar. I'm
using only two windows in my project: the default "NewWindow" and
another for the context-sensitive topics. The NewWindow properties
are custom, and I HAVE selected Toolbar, Location Bar, and
Resizable. Interestingly, while the tool bar and location bar do
not appear in the context-sensitive window either, that window IS
My client has kindly forwarded me this regarding the OnClick
But I don't know where this bit if Java is. Is this something
I, as the help developer, have access to? Or is this an issue I ask
one of the application guys to correct? The Development manager has
already told me this is a help issue, but I'm not so sure.
Actually, what you have there is a bit of html, with an
The onlick event tells that brower to expect some
developer needs to modify his call to your help page.
It runs off the page, but your developer is calling the
window with a "resizable=no, width=800, height=600, toolbar=no"
syntax. This will create the window that you describe, and those
are the settings he will have to change.
Why he left it to you to fix, I have no idea. He should know