We have multiple Robohelp projects created and maintained in Robohelp 2019 Classic. We've been using this for a while now. However, recently we noticed that when we generate output, this line gets added to the HTML files of the Responsive HTML5 output:
<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="../../template/styles/widgets.min.css">
While this is not having a visible impact on our output, we want to be sure of what this line is and why is it getting added since the recent past?
We haven't changed anything in the way we generate output. This line is seen on all HTMLs irrespective of whether it was updated or not.
Any explanation will help. Thanks!
Only Adobe can answer on the internal workings. My guess would be that if it wasn't always there then some change in how the skin works requires it.
I dare say there are other changes and this is just one you can see.
Unlesss someone comes along with an answer you would have to try Support. See https://helpx.adobe.com/contact/enterprise-support.other.html#robohelp for your support contact options.
See www.grainge.org for free Authoring and RoboHelp Information
Widgets are reusable sets of elements, usually for a specific function. I had a look at the css and it mentions "modal" and "thumbnail" and "popup". So my guess would be it relates to styling for image popups. For official information Peter's link to Support would be your best bet.