I have a RH project created by importing a FrameMaker doc (foo.fm). All (most, but I'm not going to worry about that) of the topics came in okay, and a stylesheet was created and added to my Project Manager: "foo.css".
Now, I have a different .css file that I want to actually use: bar.css.
I was able to add bar.css to the Project Manager (thanks to an old forum post), so now I have foo.css and bar.css.
All of my topics are currently using foo.css. I can change them all to use bar.css by selecting the entire topic list and changing the assigned style guide.
That leaves me with... how do I ensure *new* topics automatically use bar.css?
Why not exploit the ability to apply the CSS when you create your output?
When you edit the Single Source Layout recipe, look near the bottom of the first screen of the dialog.
Helpful and Handy Links
I will :-)
I find it helps me construct my topics better when I have the content as wysiwyg as possible during editing (my brain is just wired that way).
That being said... it looks like the bar.css file has made its way in to the Project Manager, and new topics use that style sheet by default now (as a result of my mass change, I guess).
So... thanks! (And I'll make sure I watch for that option when I generate the output.)