In article <4cd1f38ddebrian.jordan9(a)btinternet.com>,
Brian Jordan <brian.jordan9(a)btinternet.com> wrote:
> <div align="center">
> <a href="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org?subject=Enquiry from The
> Crown Stirrup Website"><img src="images/email.gif" width="308"
> height="30" alt="e-mail us with your enquiries about our pub"
I have just created a single page where the above HTML is the sole
content of the body. I confirm that the page can't be saved with a full
save, giving the message about running out of memory. Further the link
doesn't work. If the spaces in the subject are replaced with hard spaces
( ) the page full saves and the link starts Pluto albeit with A with
an accent instead of hard spaces.
I suspect that this use of mailto: with a subject is deprecated but it is
in fairly common use and it would be nice if Netsurf accommodated it.
Bryn Evans <netsurf(a)bryork.freeuk.com> wrote:
> Since build of 19 July the Hot list is corrupted at the end of a session
> (Quit NS and switch off)
> No matter what the hotlist contains, or however many directories, at the
> next switch on and load of NS, ALL the Hotlist is contained in one
> directory, which is the only initially visible entry.
> This is the First directory from the previous session and retains its
Could you please e-mail me your Hotlist file (not_ginger_matt(a)hotmail.com)
as I can't reproduce the problem here. There is, however, a known issue
regarding HTML tag characters such as < and >, and this will be fixed when
the hotlist uses libxml to output the file aswell as load it.
Richard Wilson, Publications Manager
Tradelink Publications Ltd.
guess it should be quite easy to implement but it is really annoying (in the
sense that websites use JS for links at all) if you visit websites which
display fine but you can't navigate because the links don't work.
Written with Pluto on Virtual RiscPC (Athlon 2400+) running RISC OS 4.37
Is a page that, with Netsurf 21 Jul, displays less than ideally. The
page essentially has a set width div that is too wide for the default
Netsurf window and also centered. Netsurf displays this centered within
the window so that text disappears off the left hand edge, and more
importantly the horizontal scroll bar doesn't let you scroll. You have
to make the window wider to see the content.
It would be better if (like Firefox/IE) you see the left hand end of
even centered divs in too-narrow windows, and that the horizontal
scroll bar lets you scroll horizontally when divs are wider than the
Other problems: It's come up before, but because the page also has a
set height for its div, but Netsurf doesn't support absolute
positioning, you can't see the content of the id="content" div. As a
temporary measure until absolute positioning is implemented, would it
be an idea to not cut things off in this way? Netsurf should realise
that even though a div may be nested inside another, if it has an
absolute position it shouldn't try and render it within the parent's
dimensions (or at least it shouldn't default to the equivalent of
Finally, as you drag the window smaller and larger, strange things
happen with the display of the background graphics in the divs
contained in the 'bordered_box' div. I don't really know what's going
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The 'expand entries' button seems to act on either all entries (if none
are selected) or just the selected entries. The help text could make
this more obvious, rather than claiming that all entries are affected.
Also, it seems odd having the window's delete/launch icons not greyed-
out when there are no selected entries for them to apply to. Likewise
it's odd that the menu's Selection-> submenu is accessible when nothing
Jeremy C B Nicoll - my opinions are my own.
I think it would be a nice addition for Full Save to insert into the created
application folder a file with the original url of the saved page so that
you can always easely find it on the net again.
I have downloaded and tried to run Netsurf onto my Iyo RiscOS 5.06;
I get the error message "SharedUnixLibrary is not 32bit compatible".
I can find references via Google but none seems geared to my abilities.
What have I failed to do please?
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