I've just noticed that the tag <font size=+1> inside a heading which
has a larger font size results in a smaller font, not a larger one. I
suspect that the +/-whatever is interpretted as relative to the
default paragraph font size not the prevailing header font size. This
doesn't seem logical. What is the correct behaviour?
Richard Porter http://www.minijem.plus.com/
I don't want a "user experience" - I just want stuff that works.
Hi there I haven't used my Iyonix for a while and today I tried to use Netsurf v2.7 with google custom search and I got the message about Java.......... I looked at google and it said that this service was depreciated but will still have limited access. I couldn't use a direct address but I could use the default addresses on the Netsurf page - for example clicking on riscos.info. can anyone advise me how to use google with Netsurf
I have just determined that Firefox behaves differently to Netsurf.
FireFox takes H REF="www.etc to be a local link. It requires the full
H REF="http://www.etc to work properly.
Netsurf takes H REF="www.etc to refer to a external link.
Which is correct?
http://www.Torrens.org.uk for genealogy, natural history, wild food, walks, cats
I've just raised bug report 3397644.
On the BBC News and ROOL web sites, some pages had an internal vertical
scroll bar. In each case, when I dragged the bar, NS put up an
hourglass that didn't go away in any reasonable time. I had to stop
NS with Alt-Break.
r12663, Iyonix, 512 MiB.
Using Netsurf, r12629, but also tried a different one, when entering
any text in the Google Search box, I get:
403 Thats an error.
Your client does not have permission to get URL
earch from this server. That's all we know.
But entering any text into Safari's Google search - it works OK.
Same computer (Windows 7, but in Netsurfs case I was running VRPC),
same ISP, same everything else.
I don't understand, although this is not necessarily a Netsurf error
(it wasn't there yesterday using the same Netsurf)...
The more information you have, the more likely it is to be wrong