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From: Michael Warner
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 1999 19:04:44 -0800 (PST)

On or about 15 Dec, 1999, Adam Price
<address@hidden> wrote:

> Using 2.8.1, Linux on PowerPC
> I like lynx's speed, and wouldn't want to do this if it slows things down
> too much but...
>       it would be great if, when reading from the command line, lynx
> will treat ANY file with .html in it anywhere as an html document.  If I
> download something as important.html#Table_of_contents, it is a pain to
> have to rename it so that lynx can read it properly.  -force_html is too
> long to type.  (Am I lazy?)

Could be.  So am I, so what I do is define one or more aliases
with the desired command-line flags, and with short and
(hopefully) mnemonic names.  Saves typing without any changes to

Michael Warner

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