Here is the latest Weather Watcher help manual:
(right-click and choose Save Target As…)
This manual will be included in the next Weather Watcher release.
Note: When opening this file, be sure to uncheck the Always ask before opening this file check box if you see the Security Warning prompt.
Needs work. :icon_smile:
Either that or this statement needs to popup whenever someone tries to use the file (which I doubt they need to do with similar files):
[size=5]Warning[/size]. If you do not uncheck the security warning you will not be able to view the contents of this file.
Do other apps have help files that indicate they are security risks also? This is the 1st I’ve seen. The security warning will be very disconcerning to some.
But there is a LOT of info in the file and it’s well presented. You’ve obviously put a lot of time on it.
BTW what does mk:@MSITStore: do/mean/indicate in front of your file’s html links?
All CHM files act this way when you download them from the Internet. When is the last time you downloaded a CHM file? I bet you normally run them straight from your installed applications :icon_smile:
Where did you see that? :???:
Since I’ve never seen the warning before I would have to say never.
RIGHT clicking on any of your file’s embedded links then clicking on Properties.
I have no idea. I don’t see that anywhere.
You were being too vague :razz: I checked the properties on some of the external links… the internal links are showing as pictured above.
To answer your question, I don’t know why the link looks like that. It must have something to do with the internal workings of a CHM file.