So, you’ve noticed that Google does not like your online web help and does not index it properly … We’ve fixed that for you. This small glitch with conditional tags and bookmarks in the generated output: Fixed, too.
We’re happy to announce the fourth update to RoboHelp (2015 release) fixing these two issues:
Responsive HTML5 output is now optimized for Google search, which makes the output searchable.
If a topic containing bookmarks has conditional build tags applied on it, the bookmark now navigates to the correct location in the generated output.
For a complete overview of all of enhancements and issues fixed in RoboHelp (2015 release), Update 1, Update 2, Update 3 and Update 4, please refer to this page.
You can find the RoboHelp (2015 release) Update 4 Readme PDF here here.
How to get Update 4 for RoboHelp (2015 release)
Getting the update is as easy. Just select
> File > Help > Updates from RoboHelp’s main menu to fire up the Adobe Update Manager (AUM) to download and install the update.
Want to download the update to deploy it to all your RoboHelp installations without downloading it on every machine? We understand this. That’s why you can find all update packages for download also in the Adobe RoboHelp Support Center.
After the update, the RoboHelp version will be 188.8.131.524. That’s good to know, isn’t it?