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64-bit: hung executable, 32-bit many remaining problems! RRS feed

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  • Dear friends,

    I continue compiling my help file in 32 bit but the same problems are recurring: depending on indeed/not automatically included content/index files I have 1457, 1754 or 1970 local links when compiling. But this number should only be depending - in my case - on the exact number of <A HREF="...">...</a> local links in my text. I preferred the checkbox clicked for both the content and index files and I also included this mysterious line "<H!><! dummy necessary ... with automatically createdcontents file.->". But now my chm file is showing a contents file consisting of question marks! I created in this way countless correct help files but also sometimes these question marks infested help files. I never checked my help files for the correct number of links and I wouldn't know of any sensible way of doing this! But my educational target will deny me to miss a single one of course! This has been happening before but I grew so tired! I wonder both if somebody else might have experienced the same and solved it also! Many thanks in advance from Ton Epskamp! 

    My dear friends,

    Possibly like in the decades before I tried the same by clearing the "Automatically create contents file" box and all question marks disappeared again: problem solved! If I ONLY UNDERSTOOD!

    Ton Epskamp.




    Friday, May 29, 2020 9:58 AM

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  • Hi Ton1 Epskamp,

    You can check if your links address contains "#","?","&" and "+" characters, which has other special meanings.

    Please refer more here from this similar answer: https://stackoverflow.com/a/43759438/11557747 

    And we suggest you can post this issue into Stack Overflow with chm tag, the community members there will provide you with better support.

    Best Regards,

    Dylan


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    Monday, June 1, 2020 6:22 AM