In message <3d8ea4c054.old_coaster(a)old_coaster.yahoo.co.uk>
Tony Moore <old_coaster(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
On 8 May 2015, george greenfield
> So a temporary workaround might be to enable JS, hotlist all
> regularly-visited/needed sites, then disable JS and avoid using the
> search page entirely.
How is it possible to transfer an address, from the Google search page,
to the NetSurf hotlist, without actually visiting the site?
It's not possible. The procedure that seems to work here is:
1. Enable JS in Choices.
2. Open Google search page, enter desired site into Search field as
3. Desired site loads - click Menu, select 'Utilities-Hotlist-Add to
hotlist' and close Google search page.
4. Disable JS in Choices.
5. Click Adjust over NetSurf icon to open Hotlist, select desired
Once a number of sites have been hotlisted they can be opened without
requiring JS. And no, I don't understand how this works either....