In message <a6982aba50.michaelbell(a)michael.beaverbell.co.uk> you wrote:
In message <50ba21fe2achris(a)chris-johnson.org.uk>
cj <chris(a)chris-johnson.org.uk> wrote:
> In article <a61a1dba50.jim(a)nails.ukonline.co.uk>,
> Jim Nagel <netsurf(a)abbeypress.co.uk> wrote:
>> when the results of a Google search include a PDF, Google offers to
>> display it as plain text. but it comes out as nonsense in Netsurf
>> (r9629): all the lines of text seem to be piled on top of one another.
>> at least in this example:
> True, but if you SHIFT-click on the link displayed above the
> nonsense, the pdf file downloads and can be read in e.g. !PDF without
> any problem.
I didn't know that. Thank you!
I'm puzzeled. whent I click on that link I don't get any 'piling'
(Netsurf 2.1) and clicking the link at the top of the page
(not SHIFT-click) downloads the PDF.
But I see with r9640 (26 Aug 2009 11:30) I do get the 'piling'
but still do not need to SHIFT-click to get the PDF.