The search has been broken for several weeks and was supposed to have been fixed yesterday.
Adobe are aware of the problem.
Meantime try using Google's advanced search and enter http://forums.adobe.com/community/robohelp
I will move this thread to the general RoboHelp category as the post is not related to WebHelp.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
Thanks -- have not been on the forum for a little while.
I did notice the Search Forums search field does work, but not specific to individual forums.
At least I was able to find what I was looking for.
As always, thanks again Peter.
What's wrong with those idiots?
I have to generate usable online help. To do it, I must rely on Adobe's exciting new "write your own damn help" community help, and it doesn't work. Why do I want to use a product from people who cannot produce the sort of usable help that I must produce?
It does not seem to have high priority. I posted the problem on March 24th and the info back then was that it would take a few days
LOL, perhaps the following bit of humor will help put that into perspective.
A young child asks God how long a million years is.
God replies... But a second my child.
The child's eyes widen a bit and then the child asks God how much a million dollars is.
God replies... But a penny my child.
Eyes wide as saucers, the child excitedly says...
Please God! Give me a million dollars!
And God replies with...
I will... In a second...
Happy Wednesday... Rick
Oh, and seeing as it's 5/4... May the fourth be with you!