Dave Higton wrote
> I am happy to download every day, or whenever a new version is
> Is there any information available about the current state of
That's impossible to answer in any way that is both simple and
a few months ago. The decision was taken not to make a new
previous interpreter are present again. However, some other
JS features are also present.
The JS implementation is still far from complete, though. If
the moment, you'll have to use Otter or QupZilla, and put up
with the slower speeds.
To look at your question from a different angle: is there a
Hello Dave, thanks for the information. It is sufficient for my
purpose. When the JS interepreter was changed all of my JS example
code stopped working. I believed, mistakenly it turns out, that the JS
support in NetSurf was a sort of place holder. I have been waiting for
some sort of announcment that it had been re-implemented.
I have now looked more closely at my code and believe I have found the
NetSurf and now does not. The fact that it works on other browsers
led me to believe that NetSurf was at fault:-
I have now traced the problem to an error in my code. I need to fix
the problem and try again.
John Rickman - http://rickman.orpheusweb.co.uk/lynx
it transcends plausibility, it's a fact. david mercer