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Window caption displayed is “HTML Help” instead of the caption I defined

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Jun 30, 2015

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Hi,

I've RoboHelp 11. The window caption displayed is “HTML Help” instead of the caption I defined when I compile in French. Region and Language is set to French on my computer. I do not have any problem when I compile in English. Has anybody an idea?

Thanks for your help.

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Window caption displayed is “HTML Help” instead of the caption I defined

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Hi,

I've RoboHelp 11. The window caption displayed is “HTML Help” instead of the caption I defined when I compile in French. Region and Language is set to French on my computer. I do not have any problem when I compile in English. Has anybody an idea?

Thanks for your help.

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Jul 01, 2015

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Did you specify the window in the call to the CSH? Also, is the window set as the default window?

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Jul 03, 2015

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This is an age-old issue, and your project is fine.

For localized versions of HTML Help windows, unless your VERSION OF WINDOWS is in the same target language, the title  will be "HTML Help."

In your case, you can trust that, when the help file is distributed to French users, they will see the correct caption that you defined.

On an aside, if you absolutely need a means of viewing projects under different localizations of Windows, then you can use Norton's Ghost to create different hard drive partitions, and then install a given Windows localization to each partition.

Edit: That wikipedia link says the product was discontinued, but a Ghost product still seems to be available.

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