Would it be possible to remove leading and trailing special characters
like blanks, tabs, linefeed/carriage returns from links? There are a few
sites out there which use links with href=" on one line then define
the url on the next line. Such an example are the links on the images
in the left column of http://www.dvdanime.net/
Keep up the good job,
This page <URL:http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/~mgk25/ucs/examples/UTF-8-test.txt>
causes a crash in tolat1_pre(). Not unsurprising, that page talks about
UTF-8 decoder capability and stress test. ;o)
John Tytgat, in his comfy chair at home BASS
John.Tytgat(a)aaug.net ARM powered, RISC OS driven
One more fix by the super active netsurf team!
The problem with pages served with Webjames viewed with netsurf is fixed.
that is great.
It was also possible to view the site from HP and fill in a form with
Mertens, Rosmalen(NL) email: rien.mertens(a)hccnet.nl
Using webjames to serve some website does not work with Netsurf as browser.
I am not sure why that does not work?
Rien Mertens, Tweeberg 1a, 5246 XL Rosmalen.
email: RienMertens(a)Home.nl tel:073 641 55 17
I see the dithering of image in sub colour screen modes is considered
complete from the Progress page.
But if I got to:
in a 256 colour screen mode then the image are very not dithered. ;-)
I do have the option ticked in View > Images > Dither.
using : Test Build (18 Apr 2004 15:30)
Webmaster of the Acorn Cybervillage
In message <552f7ba14c.yahoo(a)hotpop.com>
Andrew Duffell <andrewduffell(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> On 18 Apr, Jess Hampshire <jess(a)itworkshop.uklinux.net> wrote:
> > > 2) "Someone else's software..." Been there Darlin' tried out and paid for
> > ^^^^^^ !!!!!!!!!
> ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ?????????
I'm not a girl!!!
icq 91353267 http://www.b1-11.net Using RISC OS 4.37
As a newcomer to this list, may I congratulate everyone involved
in the NetSurf project. The results, and speed of development,
are truly impressive. Many thanks, to all, for your hard work!
I have noticed a few problems with Small Build 15 Apr 2004 16:30
running on RO3.70, which I cannot find reported elsewhere:
1 if the NetSurf window loses input-focus, it is not possible to
restore input-focus to NetSurf, by clicking in its window
2 adjust-clicking on the window close-icon closes the NetSurf
window (correct) but does not open the file directory (not
3 shift-adjust-clicking on the window close-icon closes the
NetSurf window (not correct) and does not open the file
directory (not correct)
4 clicking on a link to another part of the same, or another,
page re-opens the existing page, or opens the new page, but
does not move to the target (eg on the User Guide page, click
on Menus, the page re-loads but does not move to Menus)
5 in the user-guide the function descriptions of Keyboard
Shortcuts Ctrl+F3 and Shift+F3 have been transposed
6 having loaded an html file, NetSurf will not show any changes
made to the file, unless NetSurf is re-started
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I noticed a bug in NetSurf (14 apr 2004):
When I register to the Yahoo! mail service (authentication procedure),
there's no problem without proxy, but the machine hangs when I use
Webserve 0.49 as proxy. The progress page for Netsurf indicates https is
not yet complete, it might have something to the problem I experience.
According to the progress page/to-do list, the font-family CSS feature
is fully implemented. But it doesn't seem to pick up "Verdana" as a
font-family (which I have in RISC OS form). NetSurf appears to use
Homerton when Verdana is specified.
The BBC news site ( http://news.bbc.co.uk/ )uses Verdana as its first
option, and I've tried a test CSS file with Verdana as the only
font-family specified. Is there a particular requirement for fonts to
be used? Verdana has Verdana, Verdana.Bold, Verdana.Bold.Italic and
BTW, is the CSS filetype (F79) a recent allocation? It's not in the
StrongHelp filetypes manual.
NetSurf 17 Apr 2004 21:00, RISC OS 5.05 512MB
Thanks, as ever, for all the work!
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