the other day i tried to read a webpage that had blue print on a dark
blue background. i couldn't make out the text.
now, gold ol' Fresco had an option (Display > Document colours) that
could be deselected in a case like this. Shift-F5 for short.
could i suggest this for Netsurf, please?
>>> no need to reply my entire message back to me ;=]
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I'm this this one had been sorted in the past, but I've just looked at the
Daily Mail (I'm not a reader, someone emailed me the link, honest gov)
website and all the text is overlapping one of the side-bars, which makes
it very difficult to read.
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On 29 Nov 2008 as I do recall,
> > As it it is the only way seems to be too highlight and press Delete or
> > to use the time-honoured RO method of placing the caret in the address
> > bar and pressing Ctrl-U to clear it.
> Ctrl-U is easier unless you want to keep the http://www.
I find it more useful to place the cursor at the end of whatever portion
of the URL I wish to keep and to press Ctrl-Copy to delete right to end
of icon instead....
Harriet Bazley == Loyaulte me lie ==
Please all, and you will please none.
I refer to the following animated gif which I know has been a bit broken
since creation but which does seem to display in every browser /except/
Why is that?
Version 0.10 of the Iconv module is now available for download. This is a
recommended update for all users - new builds of NetSurf will require it.
Fixed in this version:
* Fixes to the *Iconv command parameter parsing
* Ensure *Iconv outputs all converted data when the input is invalid
* Fix handling of illegal UTF-8 byte sequences
* Fix handling of incomplete multibyte input sequences.
Iconv is a module providing character set conversion facilities for
third-party applications. It is currently used by a number of
applications, most notably NetSurf. UnixLib's iconv support also requires
Updating from earlier versions
If updating from earlier versions, please perform _both_ a !Boot and
!System merge with the contents of the Iconv distribution archive as
documented in the Installation section of the ReadMe file.
Where to get it
Iconv may be downloaded from http://www.netsurf-browser.org/projects/iconv/