In article <op.tujfo5afcohoqs@debbie>,
S. Voortman <svoortman(a)thecoast.tmfweb.nl> wrote:
May I suggest that you keep 2 copies of Netsurf installed:
1) the newest to test other sites than yours,
2) the 20th April version to test your own site.
That way, you can do both, without bugging the developers.
I already have to keep O2 available for sites relying on JS, and FireFox
for additional functions like bank transactions and switch between them as
To have two otherwise seemingly identical versions of NetSurf available
(with the additional complication of them setting the same system
variables) is impractical, especially when the price of accidentally trying
to open a locally-served PHP page with any version later than April results
in the machine locking-up completely for 3 minutes and 3 seconds.
This is, I'm afraid, just too much to ask!
I assume you yourself are /not/ running WebJames to serve local pages.
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