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From: "Spreadbury, David" <david -dot- spreadbury -at- tellabs -dot- com>
To: "Steve Stone" <sstone -at- topiatechnology -dot- com>, <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- techwr-l -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 7 Jul 2006 11:27:03 -0500

I don't use RoboHelp to develop our JavaHelp, but this sounds like a
JavaHelp issue and not a RoboHelp issue.

That said, check out page 53 of the JavaHelp User Guide, section 4.7
Table of Contents File. It should lead you in the right direction and
help you find what is missing.

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We use Robohelp with the Javahelp single source layout and a TOC in
the generated output. It was working pretty well until we
inadvertently deleted the Java layout. We have been able to add the
Java layout back to our layout options, but now when we generate the
output we don't get the TOC. We figure that the TOC output is
governed by a simple switch or option setting somewhere, but danged
if we can find it.

We have enabled TOC options on the advanced tab of the Java
properties/generate dialog, but that just seems to govern the
placement of the TOC icon in the left help pane. It doesn't cause the
actual TOC content to be displayed. (we do have TOC content in our
Robohelp source, BTW--it just no longer appears in our generated

Does anybody know where the secret switch is that causes TOC output
to appear in JavaHelp?

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