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    Default Script error in HelpHtml file

    I need help.
    I have edited an htmlhelp file (SBL GNT with clause functions).
    My Laptop with windosw 7 (I haven't a desktop PC) compile this HTMLHELP file (chm) with a script error.
    Could anyone try to open the attached file with a desktop PC and try "onmouseover" and "out" of the words?
    extract and unblock sblgnttc.chm file and try it.

    Let me know if it works without script errors.

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    Last edited by pasquale; 04-07-2017 at 05:07 PM.

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    Hi, Pasquale,
    I downloaded, unblocked, opened... and I can't really do anything without the error popping up.
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    Mark G. Vitalis Hoffman
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    Hi Pasquale,

    I looked quickly at the code, and I suspect that the problems lies with the call to the w3.js. In the HTML coding the script says that the w3.js file resides in a "script" folder, but the w3.js file does not reside in such a folder in the CHM file. I believe that you would either have to include a "script" folder in the CHM, or you would have to change the <script src="../script/w3.js"> in each HTML file to read <script scr="w3.js">.

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    Glenn
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn Weaver View Post
    Hi Pasquale,

    I looked quickly at the code, and I suspect that the problems lies with the call to the w3.js. In the HTML coding the script says that the w3.js file resides in a "script" folder, but the w3.js file does not reside in such a folder in the CHM file. I believe that you would either have to include a "script" folder in the CHM, or you would have to change the <script src="../script/w3.js"> in each HTML file to read <script scr="w3.js">.

    Blessings,
    Glenn
    Thanks to Mark and Glenn for the help.
    Now it works very well

    Pasquale
    Last edited by pasquale; 04-10-2017 at 02:05 PM.

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