I clicked Edit Settings for Responsive HTML5. I opened the Edit Layout button and changed Show Glossary to false. However, when I publish the help, the glossary tab still displays. How do I remove the glossary tab? I am using FrameMaker 2015 on Windows 7.
Thanks Matt. This seems like this is the correct answer. Do you know if there are any workarounds I can use? Maybe a location in the files that controls the layout so I can remove it manually? I looked but didn't see it.
I'd check the 2017 trial to see if that solves your issue. There are some nifty changes in the interface in 2017, and you should find that the fix to the skins is also there. (using the current Fm version may solve your issue)
I imagine you might be able to grab the 2017 skin for Fm 2015, but that's beyond what I have time to check this week.
If downloading the trial isn't an option, which skin are you using? IIRC, the Azure or Charcoal skin worked as expected. Check what you have available, and find one that allows you to remove the tabs. Then customize that skin to match your branding.
I'll see if I can find the 2017 trial and if that works. I am currently using the Azure skin, so I can try the Charcoal skin and see if there is a difference.