This might or might not be related to the issues Vincent Sanders talks
about in the current thread "Netsurf cache".
I recently updated the home page of my own website. Then tested
viewing it with Netsurf. It kept serving up the old page, despite my
clicking Netsurf's Reload button -- with Select (to reload page), then
again with Adjust (to "reload page and all the objects it contains").
Is this non-update to be expected? Am I misunderstanding the use of
(Hmm, just noticed from a search of Netsurf menu that the shortcut for
"Navigate > Reload page" is Ctrl-F5 -- I didn't try that unfamiliar
keystroke, but presume it does same as above. Is Ctrl-R used at all?)
I finally deleted the history file; then my revised page displayed.
Shouldn't reload trump history?
Using Netsurf #3433 at the moment.
Jim Nagel www.archivemag.co.uk