I'm currently on my second evaluation of RoboHelp 2019 (new interface)-- I checked it out when it first came out, and it was missing so much functionality that it simply wasn't usable for my team. Things are definitely headed in the right direction, but I'm still stumbling over some curious issues. This particular one is a deal-breaker if I can't get it sorted.
In previous versions, when I created a PDF, it could be built exactly according to the project TOC, thanks largely to the functionality on the second page of the layout properties window, where I could control the chapter layout. This meant that I was able to have topics at various levels, and to include TOC book titles as headings where appropriate. In version 2019, this ability seems to have disappeared. The PDF ends up being a flat list of topics. While they're in the order dictated by the TOC, they're all at the top level. This renders the output essentially useless as a user's guide.
Am I missing anything here? If not, looks like my company will have to stay with version 2017, as there's no business case whatsoever for upgrading to 2019 Classic.
This issue has been resolved. TOC in the PDF will be as per the project TOC, currently it is based on the heading level. It will be available with update 6, due in march end.
Thank you, Vivek! RoboHelp 2019 continues to improve, and I look forward to the time when its feature set is complete enough that I can make the case for my company upgrading. Seems like it might be pretty soon!
RoboHelp 2019 New UI
2019.0.12 (Trial Version)
I am having the same issue when I generate a PDF in RoboHelp 2019 New UI. I don't see a tree structure in the PDF bookmarks that matches my TOC. All topics are H1 and are grouped by folder. The folders and the topics are all on the same level in the PDF bookmarks..
I'm not clear on the problem. A screenshot of what you are seeing and a description of what you expect to see where would help. Please use the camera icon above your reply to insert the screenshot.
My TOC in my RoboHelp project has a folder called "Home" and under it are 2 nested topics for "Login Help"and "Forgot Password."
When I produce HTML5 and CHM the topics appear properly nested under the Home parent folder. When I produce PDF, they are not nested, but appear at the same level in the bookmarks.
If you look at the TOC in the PDF I think you will find that does show the nesting. The bookmarks are different. That's just a straight list of headings regardless of level.