I'm developing a project and will generate the help as Webhelp. The system I'm interfacing with filters all .htm files out. I've renamed all my specific help topics to have an .html suffix. However, because Robohelp generates many of it's internal files as .htm I still have a problem viewing the help from within the application. Is there a way to have Robohelp create it's internal files as .html instead of .htm?
No easy way I'm afraid. I've seen others ask this as well. You should consider submitting a Wish Form to ask for the ability to choose the extension. The link is in my sig line.
You might be able to manually accomplish it and use some Find and Replace magick to catch any instances in all the files. That's about the only thing I can think of.
Out of curiosity, why are .HTM files being "filtered out"? What is wrong with this? (Other than the fact some very rigid person deems all files SHALL have an extension of .HTML!)
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That's what I thought. I may try to do a global replace to see if that
works. The system is being developed using Spring and has JSP that are
specifically taking action on .htm which requires security when they are
displayed. They, the developers may have to choose a different option, but
I thought I would see if I could get this working without impacting their