On 12 Nov 2005 Tim Powys-Lybbe <tim(a)powys.org> wrote:
In message of 12 Nov, keith dunlop
> In message <9feaa5c84d.david(a)dcrofts.btinternet.com>
> David Crofts <david(a)pandda.co.uk> wrote:
> > Is it intended that Netsurf should remember where it has saved pages,
> > as other Browsers do?
> > Every time I save a page I have to drag it to the directory, even if I
> > have saved to that location already during that session. It would be
> > so much easier if I could just click save and it knew where to put it!
> Erm Dave I think you are describing standard RISC OS save behaviour!
Erm. Just tried Draw. After the first save it does remember the path
for the drawing and you don't have to drag any icon to any directory
(unless you wish to save it somewhere else). Just hit F3 then the
It would be very useful is NetSurf did this, as other RISC OS browsers do.
It means you can save a series of images by using F3 return after the path
has been setup in on the first one. This is much easier than dragging each
David J. Ruck Phone: +44- (0)7974 108301 Email: druck(a)druck.org.uk