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[Lynx-dev] Re: Proposed patch to init preferred-doc-lang from LANG/LANGU

From: Thorsten Glaser
Subject: [Lynx-dev] Re: Proposed patch to init preferred-doc-lang from LANG/LANGUAGE
Date: Wed, 9 May 2007 01:14:56 +0000 (UTC)

address@hidden dixit:

>At last I found it at <>--so much stuff, mostly in PDF,
>and if I want to see Google s HTML copy

HTML won't do it if you don't have the chars in the font ;)

Otherwise, these two should help:
and maybe

The second is actually the output of 'lynx -dump' on the third; running
lynx on the third file takes up several minutes and like all your RAM.

The first and second one are plain text (go to the lynx (O)ptions and
make sure that
  Assumed document character set(!): [18][(44)_utf-8___________]                
is set for these; for best results, use
  Display character set            : [17][(44)_UNICODE (UTF-8)________________] 
and a utf-8 capable terminal programme such as Tom's uxterm as well)
and display rather quickly in lynx (but are reported to stall m*zilla
and take 2-3 minutes in MSIE).

If you don't mind, could we forward this message to lynx-dev@ so that
maybe other people can benefit from it? (If we do: context is that my
dialogue partner's mailer doesn't do UTF-8, and he was confused by me
using typographic quotation marks.)

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