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Re: lynx-dev REFRESH question

From: Frederic L . W . Meunier
Subject: Re: lynx-dev REFRESH question
Date: Mon, 4 Oct 1999 20:33:18 -0200
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I'm talking about, hmm, look this:

REFRESH(1800 sec): It reloads the page after 1800 seconds. Using Lynx
you need to reload it via ^R. It's quite irritating. (Ah, usually it's
120 sec).

Another example is REFRESH being used to redirect you to a page. Like
you type, the domain has changed, and it redirects
you automatically after X seconds to the new one. For this purpose, I
really like what Lynx does.

On Mon, Oct 04, 1999 at 01:21:47AM -0700, David Combs wrote: 
> Someone, please explain just what this REFRESH stuff is
> all about, what they're talking about.
> I thought I was doing a "refresh" of the screen via a ^L,
> and of the link via ^R.
> But THIS "refresh" is something different, evidently.
> (I but there are others here as ignorant of this stuff
> as I am!)

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