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Unexpected skin change to ToC

Explorer ,
Dec 07, 2020 Dec 07, 2020

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The appearance and behaviour of a ToC has changed (somehow) without my making any changes to the Layout or Skin.

The ToC that appeared yesterday (see ToC1.png attached) is what I want. On opening, all top-level topics appear in the navigation pane, with the first topic open to reveal the child topics.

This morning—without any intervention on my part—no ToC appears on opening (see ToC2.png). I have to click on the ToC button at the left to expose the ToC and then I only get the first topic and its children (see ToC3.png). I have to click on the tp topic to expose all the top-level topics in the entire ToC.

I then opened another RH project I hadn't worked on for weeks. It too now displayed  this new (user-unfriendly) ToC format despite  it behaving as per ToC1.png previously.

Something mysterious has gone on. Any ideas?

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Adobe Community Professional , Dec 07, 2020 Dec 07, 2020
Your browser window is a different size. Make it a bit wider and it'll change to the first image you posted. That's how responsive output works - it changes based on the window size of the device you're using. Please also use the Insert Photo icon to add images. It's easier for us to support, and the forum's buggy, which means if we open an attachment we have to close the discussion and reopen it before we can reply.

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Your browser window is a different size. Make it a bit wider and it'll change to the first image you posted. That's how responsive output works - it changes based on the window size of the device you're using.

 

Please also use the Insert Photo icon to add images. It's easier for us to support, and the forum's buggy, which means if we open an attachment we have to close the discussion and reopen it before we can reply.

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Many thanks. I should have realised that, but the window was only marginally smaller than my normal maximum—so marginal that I didn't notice it!

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Yeah it's happened to me before, it only takes a pixel difference. 🙂

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