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From: Philip Webb
Subject: Re: lynx-dev THANKS AND QUESTION
Date: Sun, 2 Jan 100 04:55:55 -0500 (EST)

000102 Doug Kaufman wrote: 
> On Thu, 30 Dec 1999, BERNARD SCHWEITZER wrote:
>> Sometimes, I want to save an HTML page (eg 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)?
> to save the actual web page, to be read locally by lynx,
> you need to "Download" the page (with the "d" key).
> "d" works on the current link, so you need to get the page as a link.
> You can 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".
a simpler way to do it is to hit `\' (backslash) & `p'rint the result.

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