As discussed elsewhere, it's great to see that .webp files are rendered
by NetSurf but files dropped are ignored if they have the correct (A66)
RISC OS filetype.
(So I haven't added WebP files to mimemap yet and nor should you!)
websites : php : RISC OS
On trying to access https://padlet.com/ I get
Your browser is not supported. Some parts of this page may not work. Please
upgrade your browser for a better experience. Upgrade Browser
I don't often see this message now.
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. . . using RISC OS
I'm trying to install netsurf on centos 7 using the instructions in
the quick-start.md document that came with the install source.
I did it first on a dell tower and it all worked ok.
I then tried to do it on a raspberry pi3 (again with centos 7 on it)
but I get an error while running make that I didn't get before:
these are the steps I've done so far in following the quick-start.md document.
yum -y install git
git clone git://git.netsurf-browser.org/netsurf.git
rm -f env.sh
yum -y install gtk3*
during make the install stops with this error
Can't locate object method "hexhash" via package "MD5" at
tools/git-testament.pl line 47.
don't know how to get past this, thanks for any advice
Netsurf doesn't seem to support HTML of the form
<li type="i" value=5>
but always defaults to a sequential numerical list, whatever type/value
the source specifies - are we all supposed to be styling list entries
with CSS nowadays?
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It is better to be deceived by a friend, than to suspect him.