I use a few webforms on my websites which are with ZEN.
When a form is completed, up should come a page which says thank-you
for filling in the form, but with Netsurf a page comes up which says:-
"Automatic form response
The page you sent the form from was not set up correctly. Please let
the author know.
The author of the page needs to include the following HTML tag within
< INPUT NAME = "recipient" VALUE = "your_email_address_here" TYPE =
In ZEN forms they don't need a line like the one above. They have, I
think, a better method where the recipient's address is just a number.
This number is used to look up the email address in an address file on
An example of one of my forms is at:-
Using r3633 if you visit http://infocenter.arm.com/help/index.jsp
then click on the ARM11 NetSurf loads the page ok, and takes some
time to process the expanded index along with the 7390 repeated
icons. However then even when idle, its taking 60%=70% CPU on the
Iyonix. If you click in a couple of the of the other sections the
CPU raises to 75%-85%. (http://www.armclub.org.uk/free/cpuload.spk)
Just found that clicking on the timing diagrams item, cause NetSurf
to dissapear from the iconbar with no error report, although the log
file is present so I'll raise a bug report on that.
David J. Ruck Phone: +44- (0)7974 108301 Email: druck(a)druck.org.uk
Just wondering whether this problem has re-occurred or whether this is just
an awkward site?
URI 100 # NetSurf 2.0 (Dev) (15 Oct 2007 23:00) r3633
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. . . using RISC OS 5.13 on an XScale powered Iyonix computer.
In the latest versions of Netsurf, including 28th Oct r3636 I don't
think the table in the following link should be centered.
With version 1.1 it isn't.
Is it a bug which should be reported?
I have the same version of Netsurf installed on a laptop with VRPC and
a Kinetic RPC (15th Oct 2007 r3633). Both machines are running RO 6.06
and yet Netsurf can access my Nationwide Banking account on the laptop
but NOT on the RPC.
Here is the URL: https://olb2.nationet.com/pda/NBSPDA2.asp
It's the mobile (cut-down) version of their online banking interface.
Oregano1 and 2 manage this on the RPC but not Nefsurf. It just reloads
the page when you click on the "GO" button. On the laptop using the
same version it accesses my bank accounts without any problem.
Can anyone suggest what is going on here?
Re-doing a www site I notice some (standard?) html features Netsurf does
Omissions, bugs, or what?
the SIZE attribute of <HR SIZE="5"> doesn't work.
<meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0;url=indexT.html">
<OL> doesn't work
OTOH I like Netsurf and it is my browser of preference.
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On 21 Oct 2007, Jess Hampshire <jesshampshire(a)googlemail.com> wrote:
> In message <3c6749354f.old_coaster(a)old_coaster.yahoo.co.uk>
> Tony Moore <old_coaster(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> > On 21 Oct 2007, "David J. Ruck" <druck(a)druck.org.uk> wrote:
> > > On 20 Oct 2007 Jess Hampshire <jesshampshire(a)googlemail.com>
> > > wrote:
> > >
> > > > I have noticed that sometimes Netsurf singletasks.
> > >
> > > Well thats really going to help developers track down the
> > > circumstances.
> > It's been discussed before. Single-tasking occurs whenever objects
> > are fetched from a secondary url - two timers appear in the status
> > bar and NetSurf single-tasks until the second timer completes, or
> > times-out. I thought that a bug report had been filed, but I cannot
> > find it for now.
> I hadn't pinned down the circumstances, I hadn't thought of it as a
> bug as such, but if it is, it'll be nice when it's fixed.
I've found the bug report now, filed on 1 June 2007 by Harriet Bazley
and still assigned to 'nobody', unfortunately.
Text areas to be able to be edited in the system editor (perhaps by
double clicking on them.)
If this were feasible it would make things like googlemail quite
usable (especially with stronged\zap in email mode).