Are you double-clicking on the link? A user here gets a similar message and it seems to be caused by a double-click rather than a single click.
Nope, I'm just single clicking on it. After I get that error message I can click again on the link and it will open up in a new window.
Well, I was able to "fix" it, but it was a long, manual process. Here is how I got it to work without receiving any more of the error messages....
- Create a new Book in the Table of Contents column
- Create new Topics
- Copy the original topic and paste them into the new ones that I created
- Manually fix the links so they point to the new Topics.....
Hmm, maybe comparing the old and new topics could find the code causing the error. A comparison tool like Beyond Compare can be set up to just show differences, rather than having to trawl through the entire file line by line. Depends how much you care about finding the root cause.
There were 2 files that were in the old folder that were not in the folder: file.fpj and open_parent.js
Unfortunately I had already removed the old Book so I can't go back and test what would had happened if I had deleted those files.
Since I just started taking over the Help, I don't know how the last person created the Book. Luckily everything seems to be working now though.