On most applications, including messenger Pro, the speed of the
pointer in relation to the scroll wheel on the mouse is just about
right, but on NetSurf it is much too fast so it's almost impossible to
use on long web pages. Is there any way to adjust the scroll wheel
speed for NetSurf independently of the global settings? Mouse movement
itself is OK.
RiscPC, OS 6.14, NS #822
Richard Porter http://www.minijem.plus.com/
I don't want a "user experience" - I just want stuff that works.
In the case of the mysterious 'round in circles' bug 3324329
where it is only possible to log in to this website by first deleting
all site-related cookies (having first refreshed them by actually
displaying the log-in page - you can't save time by deleting them in
advance!), I have now come across an even weirder permutation.
possible to log in to http://www.ravelry.com running Netsurf on the
ARMini but not on the Iyonix, where the cookie-deletion workaround is
still required. I recorded (and have uploaded) logs of the same
sequence of actions on both computers, but can't detect any immediately
obvious significant differences (save that the *successful* run contains
(0.680000) content/urldb.c urldb_load_cookies 3682: Overran input
Harriet Bazley == Loyaulte me lie ==
At the cutting edge of technology, one tends to end up bleeding
What, please, is the current status of Flash working with NetSurf?
A search doesn't come up with anything particularly edifying.
My copy is 0.411.1.1 29 Nov 2004
I guess it's a case of don't hold your breath.
Just to let you know that with the able and willing assistance of
John-Mark Bell we have solved the problem.
I had an out-of-date version of a module installed, called
CryptRandom. Originally (when Netsurf reported it needed CryptRand)
I'd Googled for "CryptRandom" and the search results delivered "1 June
2012...Current version is 0.03"
I had version 0.12 installed. Naturally I had (mistakenly as it turned
out) assumed that version 0.12 was later than version 0.03, whereas in
fact the latest version is in fact 0.13.
I daresay you probably all have got version 0.13 anyway but just to
make you aware if you haven't!
Thanks again to John-Mark and the team
Sojourning temporarily in Australia, I've not kept au fait with all the
latest postings so could somebody please remind me how to enable/disable
I'm using Virtual Acorn SA 4.02 on Windows XP laptop & am up to test build,
809. I have merged the latest !Boot & !System to make sure I'm up to date.
I've checke the user information in the documentation & it still says
Yours in the usual confusion,
I've just downloaded JSON #817 and given it a quick try around a few
pages on the BBC News site - nothing strenuous. I noticed that the
CPU temperature (BeagleBoard xM RO5.19 16/05/12) was staying around
its upper range even after I had closed the browser window so I used
TaskUsage to see what might be causing this and found Netsurf using
around 80-85% of the CPU even without any browser windows open, just
idle on the icon bar.
I reverted to the last version I have to hand (#812) and went round
the same pages and closed the window and the CPU usage by NetSurf
dropped back to 0% as expected. I understand that being a test
version there may be reasons for this, but thought I'd mention it in
case it wasn't expected behaviour.
Not seen this message before...
Warning from Netsurf:
Tooltip Script Error Message: <Continue>
I was logging on to the BACP Accreditation pages (BTW this is a
dreadful website) and I encountered this warning/error. However, I can
click 'continue' and use the page without any problems.
NS Dev CI #812 json; RO6.20; Kinetic RPC
Recently I have been seeing more pyjamas having not experienced the
problem for many months. It has never been much of a problem in the past
over the last 4/5 years. It happened this AM then NS 766 would not load on
Iyo with 5.18 - serious error. I will send the log but I am wondering if
this is a hardware problem bearing in mind all the comments elseware about
> Sadly, you've elided the most important part of the error report; namely
> the address at which it happens. What, precisely, does "xxxxxxxx"
> contain in this message?
It changes each time however some examples are:
(so I guess all in the region &202xxxx0)
hope that helps