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Have you thought of mergeing the projects into another "master" project? If you create another blank flash project, and merge the three existing projects into its TOC you will end up with the desired result. I don't use RH7 so can't remember where the merge icon is you use but if you look at the toolbar above your TOC you should see an icon that displays a dialog that allows you to select a project XPJ file. This is used to point to each of the three test projects.
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In addtion to Colum's fine advice, I will also ask you to clarify exactly what is meant by "compiling to Flash". Do you mean you are creating FlashHelp output from RoboHelp? Or are you using a different tool to gather that content and create a singular Flash file you are distributing?
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I have several separate RoboHelp project files that I generate into a flash format and distribute separately. So my goal now is to create one flash file that combines all of the RoboHelp project files into one "master" help-file. So yes, I am using RoboHelp to generate my project files into a flash-based layout.
But now I have run into the following issue:
Using Colum's advice, I created a new RoboHelp project and merged each RoboHelp-generated flash helpfile into the new RoboHelp project.
However, when I generate a new layout based on a flash format, the table of contents does not show up.
When I generate a new layout based on a Microsoft HTML format, I can see the table of contents.
What could be causing this problem?
I should state that I am not a FlashHelp user but could your problem be that you are not calling the correct file? The file you need to open must be the one specified in the "Output Folder and Start Page" option of your FlashHelp SSL.
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