I'm not sure whether this is a bug, which is why I'm here and not in
fails to show properly in NetSurf but is OK in O2. Other NT
accessibility sites seem to work OK with NetSurf. Is the problem in
the HTML? I'm not informed enough to know.
With best wishes,
Peter \ / \ Prestbury, Cheltenham, Glos. GL52
Anne \ / __ __ \ England.
and / / \ | | |\ | / _ \ http://pnyoung.orpheusweb.co.uk
family / \__/ \_/ | \| \__/ \______________ pnyoung(a)ormail.co.uk.
We've spent the last few days trawling through the open bugs and
fixed/closed a lot of them. Can anyone who's still got an open bug report
please check it hasn't been fixed in the current build please?
Having set expire_url:3, the Global history window has entries for the
last three days, as expected, but it also has entries for Monday (5 days
old) and 'Last week' (8 and 9 days old). Several of the entries in the
'Last week' directory are addresses which I have not visited recently,
and which have been copied from my Hotlist.
When I first noticed this problem, a couple of weeks ago, I deleted all
the spurious entries but it seems that they are still being added.
Is this work-in-hand, or does it need a bug report?
Test Build (13 Jul 2006 23:00)
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I'm having some problems with fonts.
When I start NetSurf, it always seems to revert to using its own choice of
fonts, rather than any I've previously made from the Choices... dialogue.
In particular, it always starts up with 'Arial' as its preferred san-serif
font, rather than Homerton.
Unfortunately, NetSurf seems unable to display text in Arial correctly, as
all the spaces between words vanishes. I think the font is a conversion
from Harry Decker's site, so this could be a problem with a low-quality
font rather than NetSurf itself.
If I then change the san-serif font to Homerton from the Fonts dialogue,
all san-serif text vanishes from previously-loaded pages; if I try to
refresh, or open a new page, NetSurf crashes and asks me to submit the log
file. When restarted (either after a crash, or if I quit as soon as I've
changed the font choices), NetSurf reverts to Arial.
I'm just about to attempt submitting the log to the bugtracker, but I
wasn't sure if the font choice behaviour or missing spaces were related,
or indeed bugs at all, so thought I'd mention them seperately here. Hope
(Using RISC OS 4.03, RiscStation)
The test build site shows 2006-07-12 04:30 UTC as the most recent version
of NetSurf. Info on the Icon Bar menu shows Test Build (13 Jul 2006
13:00). I suspect the page has been cached here and isn't updating. Any
>From somewhere in North Hampshire. England. UK.
On my 512 MB Iyonix whilst browsing lots of wedding pictures I got the
message 'Netsurf is running out of memory, please free some memory and
try again.' At the moment there is 333960K free.
Netsurf is using:-
3168 Application tasks and
916K, 1144K, 1312K, 1684K, 1200K, 1144K, 1036K, 1800K and 130880K in
the Dynamic Areas.
Is there something I can configure differently or is it a big?
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On various dates, James Bursa <james(a)semichrome.net> wrote:
> We should be able to modify RUfl not to rely on Font_ListFonts returning
> the list in order. I assumed that it always would.
I don't have the PRMs at hand to check, but the StrongHelp documentation
at least seems at best ambiguous, in that it doesn't mention what the list
is sorted alphabetically by! In the past I've noticed a few applications
presenting font menus of identifiers, but sorted by local name.
> This is done now, and the local names are used too. Could you test it
> and check it's working for you?
Yes, it appears to work fine, thanks.
> Thanks for tracking this down!
Glad to help. Hope it doesn't ruin some highly-optimised font scanning
code! To be honest, my using local names is a bit gratuitous - in that I
installed the Messages1 file because I read it speeded up reading !Fonts,
and then changed some names "because I could" - and reverting to 'normal'
names, once I found this was causing NetSurf's woes, wasn't a problem. But
hopefully uncovering this glitch will (maybe) prove to be of use to
someone using local names for legitimate reasons...
thanks for all your work,
Sorry I should have said:
"Hotlist is unable to be loaded <head> <body> <ul> can't be found".
In <URL:news:local.misc> on Sun 09 Jul, a.weston2(a)ukonline.co.uk wrote:
> On loading Netsurf I keep getting this message despite the hotlist being present in Ch
> oices under WWW.netsurf.
> What's going wrong?
> This mail sent through http://www.ukonline.net
This mail sent through http://www.ukonline.net
Tried using Netsurf to file a report with SpamCop...
It crashes Netsurf!
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In article <4e42e8c387lists-nospam(a)vigay.com>,
Paul Vigay <lists-nospam(a)vigay.com> wrote:
> Does NetSurf need percentage table widths to be in quotes?
> eg. width="100%"
> or will it understand things like width=100% - even though this is
> technically invalid HTML?
> This is because I've found a number of sites which look all scrunched up
> with NetSurf, but view perfectly with other browsers.
> One such example is http://www.spiritofmaat.com/archive/dec2/pringle.htm
> which is all in a tiny little column on the left hand side.
According to W3C validator there are 73 errors in the document - so
that might have something to do with the problem!