A cheery hand wave to one and all (mostly).
Using NetSurf r13069.
Having got embroiled in a recent thread it did not take too long to
find the NetSurf is OK with BMP objects. (Whether it is a sensible
thing to do is another matter.)
The oddity occurs on trying to save the object, NetSurf filetyped the
save as 'Data'. (Oregano and Oregano2 failed to display the BMP but
did save it correctly typed.)
This line added to MimeMap did allow NetSurf to save the BMP as a BMP.
image/bmp BMP 69C .bmp
Should this be so? Should this be in MimeMap by default? Could it have
been a factor in the "puzzling email" thread confusing Pluto?
MessengerPro 6 on an ARMini running RISC OS 5
This has become entirely predictable over the last few weeks, and has
just happened to me three times running. I haven't yet raised a bug
report, as by the nature of the problem there is no logfile to submit.
If I try twice in the same NetSurf session to do a save page location
as text, on the second attempt as soon as I slide the pointer off the
arrow in the "text" sub-menu, NetSurf just vanishes in an invisible
puff of smoke. Because it hasn't shut down properly, there's nothing
relevant in the logfile.
Should I just submit a logfile anyway?
This is on RISC OS 5.16, and currently with test build r13031.
With best wishes,
Peter \ / \ Prestbury, Cheltenham, Glos. GL52
and \/ __ __ \ England.
family / / \ | | |\ | / _ \ http://pnyoung.orpheusweb.co.uk
/ \__/ \_/ | \| \__/ \______________ pnyoung(a)ormail.co.uk
On 14 Oct 2011, Jim Nagel <netsurf(a)abbeypress.co.uk> wrote:
> My problem yesterday with the Spellings site sounds a bit like the one
> Tony Moore posted in thread "Rolling Stone website rendering". There
> was only Chris Young's reply at the time.
> > On Mon, 29 Aug 2011 14:55:18 GMT, Tony Moore wrote:
> > > Trying to log in at https://sourceforge.net/account/login.php to
> > > report this to the Sourceforge bug tracker, led to a 'SSL
> > > certificate problem' ...
> Chris Young wrote on 29 Aug:
> > I've just updated the root certificates in the hope that this would
> > stop the certificate errors, but it doesn't appear to have made any
> > difference.
> > The accept certificate crashing appears to be RISC OS-specific. The
> > SSL logon timing oaut... may well just be me, but it's a bit odd
> > that browsing secure sites works and it is only the logon failing.
> Did this ever get resolved?
Since my original report, I've not had cause to log-in at Sourceforge
but I've just tried again using NetSurf r13038 and, this time, I'm
pleased to say that there is no problem.
This seems to be a bug of long standing.
Filling in the "comments" area in an online form, I doubleclicked a
word intending to delete it and type something else. Netsurf crashes.
See log: www.abbeypress.net/00temp/NSlog-textarea.zip (149K)
You'd think I'd have learned by now to write my stuff in !Edit or
somewhere and then just paste my text into the Netsurf box when I
finish, rather than try to edit text within Netsurf.
Jim Nagel www.archivemag.co.uk
r12925 loads and displays a local copy of the NetSurf builds page which I
download for parsing for the latest version number for use in a scripted
Versions certainly from r12938 (possibly earlier) give a fatal error for
the same file.
Logfile sent to J-MB
Anyone else here using NS to work their LTSB online banking?
Using a slighty older version and now, r12913 29th Sept, LTSB online
banking is now unusable here.
Login and Memorable info can still be done, but thereafter only a small
section of the stuff is available.
Account Overview, very strangely displayed and Mini statements, again very
strangely displayed, but nothing else is visible.
Anyone else finding this the case?
FWIW. Works perfectly okay on PC Firefox.
The ' continue button ' has now returned after the second log in page.
Am not going mad as I log in each dayat least the once and it wasn't
there this morning or later in the afternoon.
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