From the screenshot it looks like most of the references are index entries. You could probably open the .hhk file in a text editor and do a find and replace to correct the path for the problem topics. As always, take a backup in case you do it wrong and need to go back to an earlier version.
There are multiple fpj files in a project - one for each folder. They reference all the files and folders that RH knows about in the folder (but not images, at least not in RH6-8). I don't think editing these will be any use in your case.
Are those two topics still in your project or are they topics that have been deleted, or maybe the filename has been changed outside of RoboHelp?
Those index entries are linked to those topics and RoboHelp is telling you those topics do not exist in the project.
See www.grainge.org for RoboHelp and Authoring tips
I've got the hhk open.
I can find the link in various places:
what do I replace with? would it be
since that is the topic I want to point the user to?
okay. Deleting the problems in the hhk file fixed my project! No more broken links!
Thanks Amber and Peter!
Besides removing the offending stuff in the hhk, I also discovered that one of the file name or topic name (I forget which one) was not an exact match for those named in the broken links. I fixed those as well.
Just be aware that deleting the problem stuff in the hhk file means you have removed those index entries completely.
Oh, and to answer your first question, what you change the path to depends on where the file lives in your project. It needs to match, using a relative path.
thanks for that reminder. I found that the index entries disappeared in total! I ran the Index Wizard and I believe it's fine now. However, the size of the project seemed to grow larger...
Thanks, Amebr, you saved me some trouble with the edit .hkk solution.
I had broken links. After _much_ ado, I traced these, in part, to what seemed to be broken image files paths. In RH8, I had moved the topic folders around, not outside, but inside Robo8. Apparently, the image links did not adjust appropriately.
I found the easiest solution was simply to re-add the pages/topics, because search-and-replace inside Robo is ...
Some of the broken links, but not all, remained mysteriously broken.
Despite there being a "delete button" on the "Resolve Broken Links" dialog, I was unable to break/discard the links, to topic pages that had been moved. Besides, resolving in this way is a one-by-one proposition - ug!
The best way would have been to force Robo to rebuild its indexes, as you might for any SQL or other database (I think I read that Robo uses a JET database, but not sure at all about that), but there appears to be no option to do that, unless there is a trick I don't know.
Going forward, it's not clear to me, yet, what the best way to handle images is, to avoid broken links when moving topic folders about, even in RH9.