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lynx-dev LYNX: P(rint) cmd: how to include *article's* url *in* article?

From: David Combs
Subject: lynx-dev LYNX: P(rint) cmd: how to include *article's* url *in* article?
Date: Fri, 28 Mar 2003 00:59:06 -0500
User-agent: Mutt/1.4.1i

I often send news articles to friends;
one of them often emails me back, asking
for the url of the article itself.

By that time it's long gone from both
my head and my disk -- (and maybe even
expired from the source).

What would be nice would be to be able
to get lynx to include the page's
own url somewhere.

Right now, all the url-references
*from* the article are appended down
at the bottom (at least in numbered-links
mode, and perhaps even always) -- but
that list does *not* include the url
of the article itself, ie, a self-ref.

Now, when I do the L command, to get
that same url-list as a separate html-page,
that page *does* include, at the top,
the url of the article itself.


Of course, I could do a series of prints
(appends) and get what I want, but
I really want to be able to hit just
one key, p, and that only once.

Just adding the self-url to the
url-list at the bottom might break
some post-processing stuff, but
not if adding it were optional, via
lynx.cfg (perhaps).


Or, is there some workaround, some
*simple* workaround, where you can still
hit p and merely choose a different 


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