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Re: [Lynx-dev] bug report in Lynx

From: rjnoe
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] bug report in Lynx
Date: Thu, 12 May 2011 16:25:11 +0200
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> On Sun, Feb 20, 2011 at 10:19:18AM +0100, Jurgen Gaeremyn wrote:
>> Hello,
>> Using Ubuntu 10.10 64 bits, I recently installed lynx on my desktop for
>> text browsing. As this is a translated (Dutch) version, I bumped into an
>> awkward bug - don't know if it is already reported:
>> Upon visiting a website, there's often a cookie request, which can then
>> be allowed... The description is:
>> koekje: =i Toestaan? J)a, N)ee, A)ltijd, V)-Nooit
>> This suggests pressing the "J" button will trigger approval to allow the
>> cookie. Yet, it does not respond to this pressed key. Instead, one needs
>> to press "Y" (from Yes).
> I'm currently working on lynx, and see the problem with this.
> Lynx is looking for a message formatted with parentheses in a particular
> way.
> The message (to work with Lynx) should look something like this:
> koekje: =i Toestaan? (Ja, Nee, Altijd, V/Nooit)
> The language file has a note to the translator; apparently that
> was overlooked.  If the message uses parentheses in a different way,
> then Lynx does not see the keywords, and assumes the untranslated form.
> --
> Thomas E. Dickey <address@hidden>
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I guess it is this file that we are talking about:


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