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frames, tabs and tables (Re: lynx-dev Lynx no longer in Red Hat ?)

From: Karl Eichwalder
Subject: frames, tabs and tables (Re: lynx-dev Lynx no longer in Red Hat ?)
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 09:30:27 +0200
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Frédéric L. W. Meunier <address@hidden> writes:

> "Lynx didn't handle frames. Links does."

sigh.  Lynx does handle frames very well.  I don't want to be forced to
run a console webbrowser in an xterm with more than 79/80 characters
wide.  It's perfectly okay to display a page with frames as lynx does.

An interesting feature that lynx currently lacks are "tabs", or better:
something similar to tabs.  This must be implemented in a screen-like
fashion.  Do you understand what I mean?  If not, I can try to describe
it more detailed.

And must standard complaint: lynx fails to display centered tables
properly and that's a very serious issue.  It centers every single
line.  Try a page like

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