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Re: [Lynx-dev] Wrapping line behavior

From: patakuti
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] Wrapping line behavior
Date: Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:45:28 -0800 (PST)

>> 2017/01/19 08:33 ... X dej:
>>> When using the equal key (=), the URL after "Action:" of this page
>>> titled "Information about the current document" can be, when too long
>>> to fit, wrapped respecting the margins. This is unfortunate because it
>>> is not easy to select that URL with a mouse or with other standard
>>> copy-paste behaviors.

Lynx has a feature to copy document's/link's URL to clipboard.
I think it's better to use it in this situation.

I'm setting as below.
  - Environment variable
    export RL_CLCOPY_CMD='/usr/bin/xsel -ib'
  - lynx.cfg

Takeshi Hataguchi
E-mail: address@hidden

>> "Standard?"
> Tmux and Screen have copy-paste included, use the shortcuts '[' and
> ']' (square brackets).
> They are also fooled by these spaces at linewraps.
> I just tested that what is printed by command echo
> averyvery[...]longline can be mouse selected by one double click,
> inside tmux.
>>             In Lynx I never use the mouse--never need to--one reason why
>> I like it.
> When your lynx is showing a web page sounding like the included video
> is interesting, or a web page malfunctionning because it need
> javascript for what you want to do, how do you usually react ?
> I assure you that I use numbers to select links[1].
> X dej
> [1] the small problem is when the first link of the currently shown
> page is a text field: I need to get of that text field first before
> typing a link number.
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