3 Replies Latest reply on Jan 14, 2011 1:58 PM by A25CharacterScreenName

    Robohelp 8 final output requirements

    Robohelpme

      Team,

       

      I just spent an exhausting 1.5 hours of my time speaking with tech support about the final output of robohelp 8.  We have converted ALL of our existing help indices into robohelp 8 only to find out that our end users are required to install active x, which is a huge issue.

       

      Adobe tech support could not show me where in the manual/online that the final output is required to download activex.  I am not using anything fancy and have removed anthing that I could see as a possible culprit. This has been stripped down to the bare bones to try and output a true Html help index.ve x

       

      How do i restrict any forced activex download?  I am not using any activex components, but only a TOC and the individual help files. I am certain that I am not the only person to have run into this issue.

       

      Any Ideas?

       

      Thanks,

       

      robohelpme