marcov wrote:You are quite quick to consider something crappy.
Yes, that's true. After only a few years of bad experience, I immediately consider something crappy! But I am not the only one with that bad habit, see e.g. here
A CHM topic ID that contains special characters like dots, spaces and a number of other characters is invalid and simply will not work. That is one of the many restrictions of the ancient Microsoft CHM system. (Actually, Windows itself doesn't really support them either, but current versions do a lot of acrobatics to make it look as though it does.)
Btw *.hlp is even more ancient, but it works much better than *.chm. Nevermind, I have no problem with you being fond of trees, you just picked a really bad example. Let's blame Micros**t ;-)
dodicat wrote:I tested masm basic member Hutch's idea with html to overcome the .chm problem
I hope Hutch won't see your post, he doesn't really want to be associated with MasmBasic. First, he is more a PowerBasic fan, and second, he is the guy who created Masm32 and maintains the most important assembler forum worldwide...