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I'm using the Azure Blue screen layout, and providing settings text for the Title Bar (e.g., Online Help). When I generate the output, the Title Bar text is displayed on both the browser tab and as the project title. How can I get different text for each one, such as <Product Name> on the browser tab and Online Help on the help project title bar?
I'm not sure if this is the recommended way, but if you look at the index.htm page created in the output folder and you edit it with Windows Notepad and change the title tag info, that is what you will then see in the Tab.
That does work for a manual update—Thanks!!
However, when I make other edits to the help and regenerate the help again, the Title Bar text reverts to the same duplication. How can I submit a bug note about this to Adobe?
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Yeah, that's the down side. When you generate the output again, it gets overwritten. Unfortunately I'm unaware of a way past that.
Well, at the moment it seems to be out of order. But normally one can file a bug by visiting adobe.com/go/wish
Thanks very much!
I just tried entering a bug but it won't allow me to submit. I get the red icon with the line through it when i try to click Add Bug.
I think you need to put something in Found in Build. I think they want the patch number you have installed, but who knows. Luckily it's free text.