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Sun, 29 Apr 2001 21:46:04 +0100 (BST)
> First, what does the browser send out to the server when
> the customer clicks a mouse button?
Nothing. It only sends something when a link is activated or a
form is submitted, or an address is entered.
> 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.
I think the only way to provide a general solution is to use a browser
proxy can only really recognize particular idioms, not solve the general
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