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Mark H. Wood
Fri, 20 Mar 1998 09:01:08 -0500 (EST)
On Fri, 20 Mar 1998, Philip Webb wrote:
> 980319 David Combs wrote:
> > Mar 17, 1998 Philip Webb wrote:
> >> but also, all the JS is enclosed in <--- --->
> > 1: Staying within text-only mode, is there any way
> > for lynx to at least SAY what the problem is,
> > ie that this is java-only page, or that it has java-script on it?
> it would seem very simple for Lynx at least to alert the user,
> i picture a suitable formatted `Message from Lynx' inserted in the page;
> it could perhaps be done for image-heavy HTML too;
> any problem about adding this for 2-8-1 ?
Blah blah blah [Script] blah....
You could "follow" such a "link" if you had an external viewer configured
for an appropriate content-type, or download it into a file and just read
it yourself. Of course "Script" would be replaced with the alternate
text if the composer were savvy enough to provide any.
particular case would probably depend on just what the code was intended
to do. I'd probably just make it a shell script to say "Some bozo is
browser and, in an astounding flurry, gets burnt to a cinder. The ashes
Mark H. Wood, Lead System Programmer address@hidden
One more time: a (level-2) switch is a bridge. A "level-3 switch" is
a router. Deal with it.