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2019 Classic Responsive Help Script when Page Loads Characters Disappear

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Oct 16, 2019

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I am using 2019 Classic Responsive HTML help. When the help home page topic loads, it initially loads with parentheses characters used for some acronyms and some extra spaces after a table at the bottom of the topic. This appears for only a moment (maybe a second), before scripts finish running/when the page finishes loading. The parenthesis characters disappear along with the extra space at the bottom of the topic before the footer. I am planning to try to hunt down the script that is running and attempt to fix the page-load bug, but I was wondering if anyone else has come across this or knows what script needs modification.

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2019 Classic Responsive Help Script when Page Loads Characters Disappear

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Oct 16, 2019

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I am using 2019 Classic Responsive HTML help. When the help home page topic loads, it initially loads with parentheses characters used for some acronyms and some extra spaces after a table at the bottom of the topic. This appears for only a moment (maybe a second), before scripts finish running/when the page finishes loading. The parenthesis characters disappear along with the extra space at the bottom of the topic before the footer. I am planning to try to hunt down the script that is running and attempt to fix the page-load bug, but I was wondering if anyone else has come across this or knows what script needs modification.

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Classic, HTML5 layout

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43

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