I hadn't payed attention so I don't know if the problem was always present
but it seems that at least from 23 July (I havn't kept any older version)
Netsurf incorrectly calculate page?/table? sizes on the Drobe site. Have
a look at the bottom of right column of any article like:
a whole section of the text continues below the page's footer.
I've started implementing download windows. When you click on a link to an
item which can't be displayed, a download window will open showing the
progress. At the moment it isn't possible to save the download.
Does anyone want to finish implementing this? It's mostly gui stuff now.
The resolving problems should now be fixed :). There was an error in the code
which parsed Inet$Resolvers, which caused it to fail if there was just one
DNS server :/. Developers: new libcurl_32.zip again.
I've also done some more work on tidying up the gui code. Everything should
work as before.
In message <200308262107.31774(a)zamez.strcprstskrzkrk.co.uk> you wrote:
> On Tuesday 26 August 2003 20:49, you wrote:
> > [snip]
> > Keep getting could not resolve host name then the url.
> What is the output of
> *Show Inet$Resolvers
> in a TaskWindow?
Inet$Resolvers : 10.0.0.2
Kev Wells http://kevsoft.topcities.com
Swinging Arm and Touring Motorcycle Club http://saat.topcities.com
Of Motorway Fuel Prices http://www.mway.0catch.com
When all else fails twat it with a hammer.
The 32-bit build now has multitasking resolving. Developers: there is a new
libcurl_32.zip in the developer directory.
The redirect problem with some sites (eg. www.amazon.co.uk) should now be
Please test and let me know of problems. Thanks!
Just a quick note to inform you that plugins now work (to a point - there
are still a number of outstanding issues. Not the least of which is the
repositioning of the plugin window on the page, which isn't implemented
yet). I've only tested it with the flash plugin, so I'd appreciate bug
reports about other plugins.
<iframe> tags are now understood by NetSurf. However, the GUI needs some
work before they are displayed properly.