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From: Doug Kaufman
Subject: Re: lynx-dev THANKS AND QUESTION
Date: Sun, 2 Jan 2000 01:18:05 -0800 (PST)

On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, BERNARD SCHWEITZER wrote:

> I've another question. Sometimes, I want to save an HTML page (for 
> example when the page is a long text). So, I could read it after 
> deconnexion. Is Lynx to do this? If yes, how could I do this (keys to 
> press, way to do it)? If not, could you add this feature (for example 
> when pressing CTRL-S) please?

Philip Webb replied to this, but I understood your question
differently. He gave instructions on how to save a rendered version,
that could be read with any text reader. I thought you meant that you
wanted to save the actual web page, to be read locally by lynx. To
do that you need to "Download" the page (with the "d" key). But "d"
works on the current link, so you need to get the page as a link. You
can either go back to the previous page, then download the page of
interest, or go to the History page (with the backspace key) where
there will be a link to the page you want. There may be several
Download options, depending on the "DOWNLOADERs" you have defined, but
there should be one for "save to disk".
Doug Kaufman
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