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This is running in another thread. I suspect your header or footer contains a variable. If so that is the cause. Adobe aware and it will be fixed in a future release.
Nope, no variables. I don't have any defined for the project. I do use conditional text in the headers and footers, though. Could that be it? (PS. I'm sorry if this repeats what's in the other thread, but I'm having a terrible time accessing the Adobe forum these past few days. Is that me, or something wrong with the site?)
No date fields or anything like that?
The site has been a problem in recent days. I have seen it and others have mentioned it.
No, no dates or other varibles. Both the header and the footer are set up as tables.
The header include a graphics (company logo) and the name of the help system. It is marked with the Online condition.
The footer has a printer icon and underlying code which prints just the topic. It also includes a hyperlink to the copyright page. It too is marked with the Online condition.
But no variables or dates.
BTW, when I was looking at the HTML, I came across the <robohelp> tag--what does that do? It seems to be in various places throughout...
Make a copy of the project and open that. Remove the header and footer items one by one. After each removal, save and then make an edit. I think you will find that after removing one of them, the problem will stop.
That doesn't solve it unless you can make the decision to remove it. However, at least you will know what it is.
Thanks, Peter, as usual, for your expert advice. I don't have time today to follow your instructions, but I will do that and let you (and Adobe) know what I find. Part of the problem is that the error is so intermittent. It apparently takes just the right combination of circumstances to occur--I can go days without seeing it, then see the error three times in a row. Go figure.
I just found this thread. I think it might be relevant
Suggests something in your template is set to autoupdate.