General Information : Q: How do I view the "Local Information Center"?

Q: How do I view the "Local Information Center"?
Problem
When launching the "Local Information Center" link with some Internet Browsers, a webpage is displayed with two empty frames.
This is true for
Solution
One solution is to use an alternative browser to view the "Local Information Center". However, it is possible to loosen restrictions and allow your preferred Internet Browser to display the WebHelp.
Chrome
Google Chrome (as of version 13.x) has a "feature" that inhibits JavaScript from being able to access web pages on the local file system. As a result, this "feature" has caused issues when viewing WebHelp based documentation locally. While you can use an alternative browser to view the "Local Information Center", there is a workaround that will loosen the necessary restrictions in Google Chrome. To use the workaround, please follow these instructions:
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Once inside the properties view, modify the Target by appending a special parameter: "--allow-file-access-from-files" and the URL that was retrieved from step 3.
Example Target before modification:
C:\...\chrome.exe
Example Target after modification:
C:\...\chrome.exe --allow-file-access-from-files file:///C:/.../help/index.html
By clicking on your new shortcut, you are now able to launch the "Local Information Center" in Google Chrome.
Firefox
As of version 50, Firefox has a security enhancement that happens to prevent local file access. As a result, this "feature" has caused issues when viewing WebHelp based documentation locally. There is a workaround that will loosen the restriction in Firefox. To use the workaround, please follow these instructions:
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In a tab, type about:config.
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Search for privacy.file_unique_origin and set it to false.
 
You are now able to launch the "Local Information Center" link with Firefox.