In message <152966f652.iyojohn(a)rickman.argonet.co.uk>
John Rickman Iyonix <rickman(a)argonet.co.uk> wrote:
When you run a NetSurf Full Save application it does not act on the
the CSS information because the CSS file is given a type of Text.
This is on an Iyonix 5.19, NetSurf #674. I think it used to work but
am not sure.
As an example open:-
do a Full Save, then run the resulting !temp application. The
background picture is not shown and the two column layout is lost.
On my machine the CSS file created is called 0x71755530, and has a
type of text. If this is changed to type CSS the two column layout is
reinstated but the background image is still not shown because the
name in the CSS file no longer matches the name of the image that
NetSurf has created.
Here the CSS file (in this case 0x67192c10) is shown as the
correct type (f79 CSS) and I see the two column layout when
I load the HTML file. The background image is saved as a jpg
file <0x669d26e0> but the reference within the CSS file is
unchanged as <torridon.jpg>. Editing the CSS file to use the
saved name of the graphic file achieves the correct result.
It looks like the CSS file should be edited in the full save
process or the graphic file should have its name unchanged.
This in version 685 of Netsurf and after a quick check all
the above seems to apply under Netsurf 2.9.
RISC OS 6.20