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Using r10454 dated 22 Apr 2010 14:45.
I'm not telling you who I work for - in any case, there's no way
anything posted (or mailed!) by me can be attributed to them....
On 29 Aug 2010, Tony Moore <old_coaster(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> On 28 Aug 2010, "Chris Young" <chris.young(a)unsatisfactorysoftware.co.uk>
> > [URLs switching to previously-used casing]
> > Tony Moore wrote:
> > > For me, it doesn't work but anyway I'm more interested to know why
> > > NetSurf behaves like this. I thought that it was caused by the
> > > 'Recent URLs' menu, but now I'm wondering if the memory cache is to
> > > blame.
> > I've just inadvertently come across this issue myself on the OS4
> > version. IT IS NOT A RISC OS SPECIFIC ISSUE. Therefore, it is not the
> > recent URLs menu but something else.
> > I tried deleting the incorrect URL out of global history but that
> > didn't fix the issue until I closed NetSurf and reopened. Merely doing
> > the close and reopen solves it, so, as you say, memory cache is the
> > most likely cause.
> > Please log it on the bugtracker :)
Fixed in r10721. That was quick! Many thanks to John-Mark.
[URLs switching to previously-used casing]
Tony Moore wrote:
> For me, it doesn't work but anyway I'm more interested to know why
> NetSurf behaves like this. I thought that it was caused by the
> 'Recent URLs' menu, but now I'm wondering if the memory cache is to
I've just inadvertently come across this issue myself on the OS4
version. IT IS NOT A RISC OS SPECIFIC ISSUE. Therefore, it is not
the recent URLs menu but something else.
I tried deleting the incorrect URL out of global history but that
didn't fix the issue until I closed NetSurf and reopened. Merely
doing the close and reopen solves it, so, as you say, memory cache is
the most likely cause.
Please log it on the bugtracker :)
Would it be possible to add a pointer to
http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.comp.web.netsurf.user under Mailing lists in
the Netsurf documentation? Not instead of the existing pointer to
http://www.netsurf-browser.org/lists/netsurf-users (since the latter is,
I assume, under the actual control of the development team, and Gmane is
an external service), but in addition to it. I find their archive
service easier to use than the lists.pepperfish.net one.
Obviously I can edit my own copy of !Netsurf.Docs.contact.*, but that's
apt to get forgotten when I download a new version of the program....
Harriet Bazley == Loyaulte me lie ==
Do not underestimate the power of the Force.
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 14:27:43 +0100
Gavin Wraith <gavin(a)wra1th.plus.com> wrote:
> In message <20100823132438.4d39a84d(a)trite.i.flarn.net.i.flarn.net>
> you wrote:
> > On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 13:22:12 +0100
> > Gavin Wraith <gavin(a)wra1th.plus.com> wrote:
> > > When I enter an ip address number, in this case
> > > "www.220.127.116.11", Netsurf r10709 says "domain name
> > > www.18.104.22.168 not found".
> > That would be because "www.22.214.171.124" is not an IP address.
> Sorry - self-defeating typo in my email. It should have read:
> When I enter an ip address number, in this case "126.96.36.199",
> Netsurf r10709 says "domain name www.188.8.131.52 not found".
> It seems to be putting in the www prefix itself.
No, the web server is :) I can tell you this without investigation
because... well, that's my server. You can't visit websites that are
virtually hosted (almost all websites these days) by just typing in
their IP address; results can be random. Just like they were here.
If you're having trouble accessing lua-users.org due to your ISP
caching old DNS data, try adding lua-users.org with that IP address to
your hosts file.
I'm running r10651 on RO 5.16 (flashed) with !HID 0.36. I've noticed
recently that if I use the scroll bar to move up and down a page all
is OK, but if I try the scroll wheel (which is my normal method) I get
a hang of 6 or 7 seconds each time before the page moves. During this
time the Organiser clock stops. The worst case was around 30 seconds,
but I've not seen it that long since. Can anyone else replicate this?
On recent versions of NetSurf I keep getting the message:
"Failed writing body (0 !=7540)
or something similar.
This happens when I typed something and press enter. Eg a search item
It is no more than an irritant, as it goes away if I clear the dialog
box, enter a few more characters, and press enter again.
It only happens on the Iyonix (5.16)
Has anyone else experienced this nuisance.
Midland User Group - http://mug.riscos.org
No sé nada, y no estoy incluso seguro de ése.
Sometime after r8950 - 1st Aug 2009, accessing my French bank results in
this error at the password box appearing stage:
Sorry, NetSurf was unable to display this page
Unknown SSL protocol error in connection to
- so something changed after that version.
|| John Williams, N France || stuff at: http://petit.four.free.fr/
|| johnrw(a)ukgateway.net ||
|| Who is John Williams?: http://petit.four.free.fr/picindex/author/
Pressing various combinations of f3 or Shift-f3 or CNTRL-f3 I can
arrive at various savings.
Is there a shortcut to 'Save location as ANT URL'?
If not, I wonder if one could be implemented please, as it is such a
long, tedious, error-prone (slip off it and you have to start again)
way to get there by mouse?
All who wander are not lost