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Michael Drake <mike(a)smoothartist.com> wrote:
I replied on IRC, but from your subsequent comments, you didn't see that.
On 30/11/15 22:15, Dave Higton wrote:
> I also have some questions:
> 1) Are the first two additions necessary or desirable?
They shouldn't be needed but should do no harm. When you call
browser_window_search the state of those buttons should be set as
appropriate via callbacks anyway.
That's what I thought, but I couldn't follow the code well enough
to be sure.
> 2) Do other platforms have the same problem?
The core search implementation is a bit broken, and that is where the
fix belongs. However I'm not really interested in fixing it at the
moment, since the core search code will be thrown away when we do the
new layout engine.
If your workaround improves things on RISC OS, then I don't mind
It does, but I'll re-submit it some time this evening (the meal is
ready now) without the unnecessary bits.
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