Maps, I've added a simple front end to the Google Static Maps API.
You can have a go with this if you visit:
in the latest NetSurf development build.
Michael Drake http://www.netsurf-browser.org/
>Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2014 13:55:57 -0000 (UTC)
>From: "Learning Partners" <lp.books(a)argonet.co.uk>
>Subject: Re: Crash when scrolling
>This may be Atari specific? RISC OS ARMini X Netsurf 3.2
>Dr John Hurley
>Research, Project Development and Publications for Education
Almost certainly but it stil needs to be reported.
It seems to happen when scrolling with the mouse wheel.
I wonder if someone would care to say why the following page doesn't do
what it's supposed to do in such an appalling way.
It isn't especially critical for me but other companies pages, of this
type, are handled far better in NetSurf.
Using RiscPC, RO 6.20, NS #2190, the links no longer work
To see this, load a page, eg file:///NetSurf:/Resources/en/welcome.html
and hover the pointer over a link. The pointer remains a select-arrow
and doesn't change to hand-pointing, as it should. Clicking on the link
does nothing, and the status bar remains blank.
Moving the pointer around, shows that the active location for each link
is displaced by about three lines above the link.
Does anyone else see this bizarre problem?
Netsurf won't run here: during loading it gives an error:
"Memory exhausted whilst loading URL file."
Memory isn't exhausted: I suspect there is another problem which is being
So where and what is the "URL file" so I can check it?
This is with recent Netsurf and back quite a way. So I think it is a
problem with the file - not with the memory!
http://www.Torrens.org.uk for genealogy, natural history, wild food, walks, cats
I tried build 2126 and 2127 and they both stopped with a Failed to
A look in the log showed it was trying top open res/cache/control
so I created an empty folder res/cache
Netsurf was then able to start.
Should this empty "cache" folder be added to the build ?
Is caching now enabled on all the platforms ?
On Sun, 19 Oct 2014 12:00:05 , netsurf-users-request(a)netsurf-browser.org wrote:
> Message: 1
> Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2014 12:51:17 +0200
> From: Jean-Fran?ois Lemaire <jflemaire(a)skynet.be>
> Subject: Re: River Cottage
> To: "<netsurf-users(a)netsurf-browser.org>"
> Message-ID: <9241046.6e56qpvBRX(a)chertsey.site>
> On Saturday 18 October 2014 10:17:37 Peter Slegg wrote:
> > I am using Atari build no. 2174
> > I won't post the full link but this is the url:
> > http://rivercottagenews.net/
> > The page is displayed but the mouse never reappears.
> Works for me with Atari build 2117. Can you test an earlier build?
The link above wasn't the full subscribe/unsubscribe link which I
didn't want to post on a public list.
I have asked Ole to have a look.
I am using Atari build no. 2174
I decided to unsubscribe from River Cottage emails, I
can't remember why I signed up.
I won't post the full link but this is the url:
The page is displayed but the mouse never reappears.
Ctrl-Alt-R resets "the system" which in this case kills
Not sure how to use Reporter properly but I loaded it and set to
report errors and on running Netsurf 2134 03 -Oct-2014
gave the errors
Message:Internal error: branch through zero
16:10:26:01 ** Error **
Error : &80000005