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Wed, 6 May 1998 08:23:03 -0400 (EDT)
to follow up on what Simmon Keith said:
> From address@hidden Wed May 6 02:33:40 1998
> Message-ID: <address@hidden>
> Date: Wed, 06 May 1998 06:08:27
> From: Simmon Keith <address@hidden>
> To: address@hidden
> Is there any way to scroll vertically in a text-area form?
> And I don't just mean going from line to line. I mean, when
> a text-area's boundaries are smaller than its actual
> capacity, is there a way to navigate into that unseen space
> using Lynx? I know you can write horizontally off the line
> fine, but going above and below has me stumped.
Lynx currently implements TEXAREAs as a sequence of one-line input
opportunities. And you cannot go beyond the allocated set of lines.
This is recognized to be a problem and a violation of HTML 4.0.
> the mouse-dependant stuff could me ignored. But some pages
> (such as certain web-based e-mail providers) are designed to
> possible to do without it.
Yes, this is also among the recognized problems.
You can send questions like this to <address@hidden>.
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