I do development in a macOS (aka: OS X) environment and am used to having to deal with the odd tool or utility that doesn't work just right and fall back to a Windows VM to solve the problem.
I recently started doing some NMSDK development and found that the key reference document for NMSDK (the HTML based Reference Manual) has problems with most modern browsers. I had to spin through 6 browsers until I found one that would open and display the NMSDK Ref Manual properly ... FWIW: in this order: 1) Safari (on macOS) ; 2) Chrome (on macOS) ; 3) Firefox (on macOS) ; 4) Chrome (on Win7) ; 5) IE (on Win7) ; 6) Firefox (on Win7). It wasn't until I got to Firefox on Win7 that I could see the table of contents under the Contents tab. Yippee. Then I realized that was a pretty old version of Firefox (~ 1.13.x) and I inadvertently updated it to the latest Firefox and now I find this verson of Firefix on Win7 doesn't even display the TOC.
Has anyone else found a way to get this documentation visable with Chrome or Firefox or any more recent browsers?
FWIW ... here is the specific document source reference (accessing the SDK_help.htm within) I'm having the issues with but the basic NMSDK SDK_help.htm (inside the main SDK itself) has the same problem as far as I see.
Src ref: https://library.netapp.com/ecm/ecm_download_file/ECMLP2526442