I write and maintain two Help systems using RoboHelp. One
compiles fine for WinHelp 4, HTML Help, or WebHelp. When I compile
the other system, however, I get all topics only when I compile for
WinHelp 4. If I compile for HTML Help or WebHelp, most topics are
missing. The only topics that appear are glossary topics and links
to my company's web site. The one distinction I can make between
the two systems in terms of features, not content, is that the one
with problems compiling uses a "See Also" button in all the topics
that aren't appearing (the glossary topics and web links don't
include a "See Also" button). The system without any troubles
compiling doesn't use a "See Also" button at all.
I will be eternally grateful for suggestions on how to
resolve this issue!
Lemme guess, you are using RoboHelp for Word? (I say that
because you mention creating a WinHelp file too.)
If so, hopefully others here that are well versed in this
particular "RoboFlavor" will step up to offer insights. Personally,
I moved away from it about 7 years ago in favor of RoboHelp HTML.
Just an edumacated guess here, but I would consider the See
Also thing to be a bit of a red herring. By chance do you have any
build tags/build expressions in the mix? That's normally the first
place I'd be looking. But then again, I'd be looking at RoboHelp