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RoboHelp 2020 - how to hide browse sequnce pane in CHM output?

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Sep 09, 2020

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Just getting started with RoboHelp 2020 - was using a much older installed version (10) - upgraded the project (was XPJ format) - when I generate the Microsoft HTML Help output (CHM File) - the browse sequence pane (prev/next buttons, icons for every TOC entry) appears, and I would like to hide this and it not be in the output. How do I go about doing this?

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RoboHelp 2020 - how to hide browse sequnce pane in CHM output?

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Just getting started with RoboHelp 2020 - was using a much older installed version (10) - upgraded the project (was XPJ format) - when I generate the Microsoft HTML Help output (CHM File) - the browse sequence pane (prev/next buttons, icons for every TOC entry) appears, and I would like to hide this and it not be in the output. How do I go about doing this?

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Sep 09, 2020

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You can turn it off in the Output > Window Settings for the window the chm preset is using. 

 

That should get rid of it, but I can't even get the browse sequence to display at the moment. 🙂

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Sep 14, 2020

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Thank you. I tried un-checking that box, and for some reason it wouldn't remove it. I was finally able to find where I can simply delete the browse sequence itself, and it no longer appears.

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It's possible the file for the window settings got marked as read only. If so, you can right-click on it, select Show in Explorer, and change the read only checkbox in the file properties.

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I will definitely take a look at that, thank you.

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