In message <5332eff287tim(a)timil.com>
Tim Hill <tim(a)timil.com> wrote:
In article <b276e13253.alan(a)ntlworld.com>, Rev Dr Alan
> In message <5332b46317tim(a)timil.com> Tim Hill <tim(a)timil.com> wrote:
>> In article <7e0f9c3253.alan(a)ntlworld.com>, Rev Dr Alan
>> <alan.leighton2(a)ntlworld.com> wrote:
>>> Menu over the Netsurf page then use Page > Export
>Text. Save text
>>> into Ovation or Easi Writer and then delete what you do not need.
>> Wow. That would be an extreme way of extracting a URL from
>> a 20KB web page. If you've seen some of mine, you wouldn't want to do
>> that unless you have lots of time to waste!
>> As others have said, <Shift><Adjust> over the
link pops up a URL save
>> box which can even be dragged to a NetSurf address field or nearly
>> anywhere else you want it to be.
> Teach a wise man and he is yet wiser. I wouldn't call it
> have done that for years and it really is quite flexible and quick.
> Now to try your way.
I was thinking particularly of a news page I maintain which can have
of very similar links and to find the correct one in an editor you have
to invoke search and still I have ended up with the wrong one! Agreed
that on a very simple page, what you describe is adequate for the task.
Pleased to see that <Select><Adjust> pops up in !Help
with NetSurf so it
shouldn't be news to anyone. ;-)
Oh I have just tried it. Super. Changing my ways now. Thanks