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Hi John, thanks for the reply. Apologies for the length of this post....
I am trying one of the solutions you pointed me to, Solution #1 outlined here. Has anyone gotten this solution to work? I am having some trouble...
I have setup a test master and slave project, along with a test visual basic application to test this solution. The context sensitive call works for the call to the topic in the master file, so I know my visual basic code is correct. However, when I make a context sensitive call to the topic in the slave file, nothing happens.
Therefore, I believe it has something to do with the .hhp file, which is as follows:
Error log file=
Display compile progress=No
Display compile notes=No
#define Slave1Topic1 1
Does anyone have any idea if anything is wrong with this? I've been looking at this since yesterday and I'm stumped. Of course I'd be willing to send anyone my test projects, but I think it has something to do with this .hpp file. Any help is greatly appreciated.
I can't see anything that is obviously wrong in the .hhp file, so can only assume that the redirect file is somehow at fault.
I've previously got this method to work and would be happy to take a look at your test project.
With Pete's help I finally figured this out.
Pete mentioned that:
"What the Helpware site doesn't explain is that the ALIAS section of the .hhp file must contain at least one bookmark-free reference to the redirect.htm file; if every redirect line in the section has a bookmark appended to it then the context help call will fail. So to fix the problem, I added the following two lines to your .hhp file:
#define Dummy_Unused 0