On loading Netsurf I keep getting this message despite the hotlist being present in Choices under WWW.netsurf.
What's going wrong?
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In message of 7 Jul, 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?
Duff HTML or not, WIDTH=90%, etc works very well with NetSurf here.
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I had a hard disc crash recently and lost a cURL update script that I used
to use for fetching the latest Netsurf.
Can't find the script again. Does anyone know where it may be found?
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On 05 Jul 2006, Michael Drake <mike(a)smoothartist.com> wrote
> In message <9283bc414e.pnyoung(a)pnyoung.ormail.co.uk>
> Dr Peter Young <pnyoung(a)ormail.co.uk> wrote:
> > "An error occurred when trying to install the downloaded theme".
> > This is with the RISC OS 5 theme.
> Please check you have the latest build. If it fails with the latest
> build, please send me the log.
The theme filename was originally RISC_OS_5, but it is now RISC OS 5
Perhaps this is causing the error?
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On 5 Jul 2006, "Richard Wilson" <info(a)tinct.net> wrote:
> Can anyone who's still got an open bug report please check it hasn't
> been fixed in the current build please?
Test Build (06 Jul 2006 06:45)
1458918 the register full-save not ok 2006-03-26 1 bursa
1419176 full-save broken  2006-01-29 5 nobody
 _not_ a good title, it concerns incorrect 'drobe' full-save
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On 5 Jul 2006 Paul Vigay <lists-nospam(a)vigay.com> wrote:
> Richard Porter <ricp(a)minijem.plus.com> wrote:
>> I'd really like to see the <body> link colours working.
> Presumably these are linked in with things like the CSS 'hover'
> attributes working etc.
I don't see why. The body tag is basic html and I'm a bit surprised it
wasn't implemented earlier on. The real problem is that the bgcolor
attribute has been implemented and the link colours haven't. It should
be all or none otherwise contrast can be compromised.
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(NetSurf 05 Jul 2006 01:30)
I note that the Aletheia theme has an "up" icon,
and using Edit Toolbar I have been able to move it
to where I want.
How do we get this working with other themes?
I tried adding two more sprites, "up" and "pup",
to the Aquatic theme, by modifying pre-existing sprites,
but Edit Toolbar did not show the new icon. What am
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> Having examined the source code, it looks like the problem is an opening
> comment <!-- on line 26 (just after the style type tag) which doesn't
> appear to have a closing --> so I'm guessing that NetSurf is simply
> ignoring the rest of the page, thinking it's /all/ a comment.
That's correct behaviour.
> However, Firefox (on the Mac) renders the page normally, as does O2 and O3
> on RISC OS.
> Therefore, I'm assuming that there's some 'rule' for deciding that a
> comment tag should 'end' if it's not closed properly?
I'm not sure what other browsers use *but* with the lack of any "-->", it
seems reasonable to treat the first ">" following "<!--" as the end of the
comment. With a mismatch (present, but in insufficent numbers), it's probably
best to try to match "<!--" with "-->" so long as there isn't an intervening
(It might be good to have a page info window which lists which quirks were
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On 02 Jul 2006, Chika <miyuki(a)crashnet.org.uk> wrote:
> Have tried a number of times this evening to download the latest test
> build, but the download dies about 500KB shy of the end.
When I posted about the same problem, several months ago, Chris Manning
very kindly pointed me, off list, to
If the connection is lost, whilst wget is downloading a file, it will
re-connect without further intervention, and resume the download, from
the point at which contact was lost. Much time and temper saved!
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