sorry, it's me again.
Now another problem occured, which possibly corresponds to the other one from yesterday.
I tried to generate a table of contents (german: Inhaltsverzeichnis).
From older Robohelp Versions I'm used to get a Table of contens, which is automatically generated from the dokument structure/headline hierarchy (with books and pages).
RoboHelp 2019 doesn't find/use the headlines for generatic the TOC.
At most it uses "Lesezeichen" (bookmarks) if I choose this option, but these are useless for me, they have no meaning and I dont know where they come from in my word document.
Is this maybe a global setting, which I didn't find yet?
Do you have any hints for me?
I have branched this into a new thread as I don't think it is related.
I will take a look and see what I can find.
See www.grainge.org for free RoboHelp and Authoring information.
Do I understand it correctly, Adobe will deliver that feature subsequently?
Ok, thank you, I understand, that’s really not your fault.
But we purchased a professional software for 1.600 Euros(!) and not even the features of the previous version are implemented.
It seems that the software is developed after selling.
That’s unsatisfactory for us.
Do you know a direct contact option to Adobe’s product management?