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I looked at older threads (12/2016) on this issue and it seems that there hasn't been a fix for this. I have a RH 2017 project with books in the table of contents. There are topics within each book. When the project initially is displayed in the browser, and I click on a book, it opens. As I start to click on other books, nothing happens. This is happening in Google Chrome (v 63.3239.132), but works fine in Firefox and IE. Any suggestions or work-arounds to fix this?
Yes, I tried all the suggested in the thread you posted and nothing helps. Any other suggestions?
Specifically Post 68 as that has worked for everyone else?
Yessss! I tried editing the file in Notepad ++ instead of Notepad and it worked. Thanks so much for this fix Peter. Hopefully they will make it permanent so I don't have to update the file everything time I publish. Thanks again!
Hi Peter, I edited the whthost.js file. I assumed that this would have to be edited every time the project is published as with other temporary fixes. If this is not the case, even better. I'm up and running now. Thanks again Peter!
Yes but which one, the one I specified in the files in Program Files or the one that gets copied into the output?
Temporary fixes can often be applied to either, there's no hard and fast rule. Provided you edited the one in Post 68, it will not need editing again.
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Ok. I made the edits to the whthost.js file in this folder in Program files:
I published and then uploaded to the web. It's working fine now, but I haven't had to make any edits to the source files and republish again.
Ok great. Thanks so much Peter!