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lynx-dev [RESEND] Re: frames, tabs and tables

From: Thorsten Glaser
Subject: lynx-dev [RESEND] Re: frames, tabs and tables
Date: Thu, 17 Jul 2003 08:24:47 +0000 (UTC)

begin  electrogrammati illius Karl Eichwalder

>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.

Strong ACK. - Same for tables; w3m renders tables such as slashdot
quite nice, but navigating it is a PITA.

>An interesting feature that lynx currently lacks are "tabs", or better:

Nope, I for example hate everything tab-like.
I wouldn't object it a configure time option, though.

>something similar to tabs.  This must be implemented in a screen-like

What's so hard about using screen? :)
Additionally, there're enough Ctrl-N combos used up already;
especially when using lynx within screen (Ctrl-P here).

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

Lynx and tables is always a funny issue, but I've so gotten used to it...

Just my 0.02 EUR,
Ich erinnere mich noch an meinen Geschichtsunterricht, als man mir
vermittelt hat, daß im Mittelalter der Zehnte eingeführt wurde, und ich
dachte mir: zehn Prozent!  Wow ist das viel!  Ein Glück, daß wir nicht
mehr im Mittelalter leben!              -- Felix von Leitner in d.a.s.r

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