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Re: lynx-dev No CACHE

From: Eric
Subject: Re: lynx-dev No CACHE
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 1998 15:12:18 -0500

Quite frankly, Georges El Asmar said:
] Hi everybody, concerning lynx-2.8:
] once a document is requested and has been cached, is there a way to
] prevent lynx from getting the same document from the cache ( besides the
] no cache command ie ^r) and instead send at least a request to check if
] the document has been modified. This is the behavior of netscape..good
] bye.Can you help me with that.thank you.
] georges 

It most likely depends on the situation--if you're just using the left arrow
to back out of the current document and into a document that you don't want
cached, the only thing you can do is hit ^R when the document appears.
If you are selecting a hyperlink and don't want it to view a cached version,
instead of hitting ENTER or the Right Arrow key, hit 'x' -- it explicitly
loads it without referencing the cache, and throws out the previous cached


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