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[Lynx-dev] LYNX: useful addition to the V-page.

From: David Combs
Subject: [Lynx-dev] LYNX: useful addition to the V-page.
Date: Fri, 24 Aug 2007 07:54:07 -0400
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That V command is sure useful, especially when in a
long browsing session, hitting, via links, sites on
all kinds of interesting subjects. many of which you'd
like to at least be *able* to easily revisit in some
future session.

Especially when also creating a parallel V-page containing
the HTML of the ordinary one (via a "\"-toggle and then
another V and "print" to a .html-named file).

By reading it back into lynx, you instantly have
a tree of all those sites you visited back then.

What'd be *nice* would the ability to read-in
a page that automatically added *each* of its 
contained-links to the *current* visited-site

A V-command from *that* state would of course
produce a page of the tree of the whole thing.

(And it would be easy enough to get rid of
the links you didn't want by simply editing
the darn thing.  (Is that really true?))

Any comments?

Eg, would such a feature be useful to anyone besides me?


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