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Re: lynx-dev Re: [PATCH 2.8.4dev.18] remove the gap

From: Henry Nelson
Subject: Re: lynx-dev Re: [PATCH 2.8.4dev.18] remove the gap
Date: Sat, 10 Mar 2001 12:47:49 +0900 (JST)

> I think you are confused.  First, about your view of lynx.  It is not
> a 24x80 screen.  You get a "window frame", and within it a window of
> size 22x79 (assuming "advanced").  The two rows and the column eaten

I am not confused.  *You* refuse to accept the fact that people have
different ways of integrating what they see.  I do NOT "get a 'window
frame', and within it a window of size 22x79."  If you would like to
see the physical pixels that hit my retina, then go to:
Hopefully it will begin to open your eyes to what the mind's eye may do
for others.

> The first line of the document is empty.  This is bogus, it makes a

It is not bogus because it was intentional.  You have absolutely no
concept of what the original authors and Fote envisioned for Lynx.

> body.  Maybe it is the time to switch to styles?  If not, then indeed

Not for me.  These so-called "styles" are in fact not styles in any sense of
the word.  I admit when they were a novelty three or four years ago, I, too,
thought they were "neat."  It only took about three months before I was tired
of them.  To me now they are garish at best.  Furthermore, "color-style" is
considered an *experimental* option.

> document itself.  Would it help you?  How are they shown now?

No thanks.  Please stay within experimental ifdefs so that I am not forced
to live with it.  I've already had plenty of Enjoy meant.


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