5 Replies Latest reply on Aug 3, 2007 2:31 PM by RoboWizard

    Different Chapter Icon?

    SuzInAZ
      Is there a way to use a different icon for the chapters other than that of the Question Mark. Our readers sometimes find the question mark icon confusing.
        • 1. Re: Different Chapter Icon?
          Captiv8r Adobe Community Professional & MVP
          Hi SuzInAz

          Which output format? And what do you mean by "Chapter"? Books and Pages?

          There are options, but how you do it depends on your output format.

          Cheers... Rick
          • 2. Re: Different Chapter Icon?
            SuzInAZ Level 1
            The output is Web Help. And I guess I'm too used to calling a section a book, and a procedure a chapter. I'm still old school! I guess I'm talking about the page.
            • 3. Re: Different Chapter Icon?
              RoboWizard Level 4
              Hi again

              Okay, gotcha.

              Assuming you are using a skinned system, expand the Skins pseudo folder in your Project pane. Then edit the skin you are using. You may choose any image you like to represent the pages (chapters).

              If that doesn't get what you need post back!

              Cheers... Rick
              • 4. Re: Different Chapter Icon?
                SuzInAZ Level 1
                I'm a beginner with RoboHelp. How do you expand the "pseudo" skin?
                • 5. Re: Different Chapter Icon?
                  RoboWizard Level 4
                  Hi again

                  Sorry about that. Are you using RoboHelp HTML? If so, the application is divided into two main areas. The left side of the screen is the Project Explorer pane. The right side is where the WYSIWYG editor is. I'm referring to the left side of the application.

                  On the left side of the application are what I refer to as "Pseudo folders". If you expand them, you may see the contents. One of these should be named "Skins". If you expand it, you should see your skin listed. From there, just double-click the skin and the skins editor should display. The skins editor is pretty straightforward, so I'll stop here.

                  Cheers... Rick