lists <Stuartlists(a)orpheusinternet.co.uk> wrote:
In article <mpro.lt9ogc00bji230270.vince(a)softrock.co.uk>,
Vince M Hudd <vince(a)softrock.co.uk> wrote:
> The bottom line, for users of Pluto, is that if you want to see
> images displayed in the HTML, you'll need to save and manually edit.
> (Remote images should be fine, of course).
I use !Pluto
I often receive attachments, usually jokes, where I see one attached
with an HTML file type and a number of JPEGs, sometimes GIFFs. I
double-click on the HTML and a browser, Fresco of Netsurf, whichever has
been seen by the filer, loads and displays the HTML file with all the
images in the right place. No need for an intermediate save operation
Okay. I'm sure it didn't do that when I was using it, so maybe that's been
dealt with in an upgrade that came after I stopped. I'm not sure there were
many, and I thought mainly bug fixes (the way I remember it working wasn't a
bug, per se).
Or maybe I'm just remembering wrongly.
Either way, this is now off-topic.
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