|Author/Date||File 'index.html' in sub-folder "help"|
|Went back to something I ran into a few days ago and it's this:
When I click on "Help" in the toolbar, then on the top line labeled
"Help", what I get is a dialog box telling me
> The help file "index.html" is missing. It should be in a sub-directory
> called "help".
Strange thing is, that file 'index.html' is very much present in that
very sub-directory labeled "Help".
I noted that the dialog box spells 'help' in all lower case while in the
actual sub-directory it's properly spelled with an upper case 'H'. Just in
case, I changed the capital 'H' for a lower case 'h' but that made no
Why, then, won't Help open?
|Which build of Scribe?
Which version of Windows?
|Machine #1 is running Windows 2000 - ver 5.0 (Build 2195: Service Pack 4)
Machine #2 is running Windows ME - no version info given
Both machines are using file iscribe-win32-v200-beta22-menufix.exe 1,247 KB
|Anything new on this, by any chance?|
|Not yet, looking into other things at the moment.|