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A. R. Vener
Sun, 29 Apr 2001 16:02:52 -0400 (EDT)
I'd be interested in helping with this project. In my case my pet
translate the live feed links into standard html.
> monster striking again.
> Several people have mentioned the possibility of writing
> a proxy agent that one would log in to under lynx and then enter
> an url to a problem web site with the proxy serving as a
> return key hits in to click responses.
> Since the little network device I bought allows one to
> enter data normally on the form and only uses the onclick to
> submit, I thought this might be a good starting point.
> First, what does the browser send out to the server when
> the customer clicks a mouse button?
> Would there be any way to cause lynx to simply push that
> string back to the server so it would go ahead and submit?
> Finally, is there any code around that I could look at to
> get started on the proxy? What I picture is logging in to a web
> site that is causing the problem. The proxy translates anything
> it can in to standard html and passes already-working html right
> on through to lynx.
> proxy sends a click string back to the server.
> On this rather simple web page where the JS is the Submit
> button, I think I could shoe-horn a click string back to the
> server and it would be happy and I would be extatic.
> Martin McCormick
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