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Doc Bug #39152 hu/en chm files show 'page not available'
Submitted: 2006-10-13 20:49 UTC Modified: 2006-10-14 19:40 UTC
From: nocturnal at t-online dot hu Assigned: wiesemann (profile)
Status: Not a bug Package: Documentation problem
PHP Version: Irrelevant OS: win xp sp2
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2006-10-13 20:49 UTC] nocturnal at t-online dot hu
I've downloaded 2 chm files, the HU and EN versions currently found on; opening them I just see the topic list but clicking on any page (tested on 15-20 items) I just receive 'page not available' error, like http/404. No welcome page, nothing. It seems that the links embedded in these files went corrupt, because the file itself is big as expected.
It's 2006.10.13, 22:45 CET.

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 [2006-10-14 17:05 UTC]
This is not a bug. Quote from

If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer under Windows XP SP2 or later and you are going to download the documentation in CHM format, you should "unblock" the file after downloading it, by right-clicking on it and selecting the properties menu item. Then click on the 'Unblock' button. Failing to do this may lead to errors in the visualization of the file, due to a Microsoft bug.
 [2006-10-14 19:40 UTC] nocturnal at t-online dot hu
Thanks for your reply!

True. It was my failure, although I'm pretty sure I used another chm a few months ago on this computer without the need to unblock. No more to say in this thread, not your error.

I would recommend using stars instead of 'read before downloading':
tar.gz  ...  chm*
What acts like a footnote.

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