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Thank you for putting those system attributes at the beginning of the post.1 person found this helpful
Whilst I believe there could be some degree of mix and match between the version of RH and RH Server (or Enginge), Version 7 is different. RH moved to unicode and needs Server 7. You need to upgrade that as well.
That is my understanding although it doesn't seem logical that sometimes your process works and sometimes it does not. Maybe a Server 7 guru can confirm. If not, check before you buy, but I am reasonably sure what I have said is correct.
I just found this in a post from Colum McAndrew.1 person found this helpful
...I asked the same query from the RoboHelp Product Manager awhile ago and the horses mouth says....
"You need RoboHelp Server 7 for hosting any content that has been created in Adobe RoboHelp 7. There is because in RH7 all the HTML pages are Unicode encoded (UTF-8) so you need RH Server 7 to understand the HTML output. However RoboHelp Server 7 can host projects created in RoboHelp 6 and RoboHelp X5."
What I discovered to correct images of 'red dot' , was when I move the latest version of an Image into the source code usiing Windows explorer and leave RoboHelp open and running it will accept the new image and I do not have to re-link everything and the image shows correctly.
Concerning the Missing Images, I deleted the Topics with the missing images and imported the Topics again into my project and not you can see them.
I have heard many people say RoboHelp Server 7 is not neccesary to make everything work but since I just upgraded I might as well upgrade everything.
Thank you for your help.
It's dangerous to move images in Windows Explorer for a number of reasons.
Preferred method is to click the existing image in the topic to open the image dialog, then navigate to the image you want to bring in. It may already be in the project, or not. If it is outside and has the same name, RH will ask if you want to overwrite the first one. Otherwise, RH will save the image in the project folder and mark it as unused (unless, of course, another topic needs it).