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Re: [Lynx-dev] reading code section

From: Tom Masterson
Subject: Re: [Lynx-dev] reading code section
Date: Sat, 21 Nov 2020 09:11:36 -0800 (PST)
User-agent: Alpine 2.22 (DEB 394 2020-01-19)

Good Morning

This is al a good discussion but it does not answer my question. For some pages I can modify the html and make it readable, however there a number of sites out in the wild that use the <code>...</code> to show coding. I would like to be able to read that code without having to download and reformat the pages. So is it possible to have lynx read those segments or do I need to modify lynx itself?


On Sat, 21 Nov 2020, Thorsten Glaser wrote:

Jude DaShiell dixit:

That single font may well be an important accessibility feature of lynx;

It *so* is! I read all my fanfiction in lynx because it runs in
xterm, where I have full control over the font (and size) used.
Also other ebooks.

Paul Gilmartin dixit:

Perhaps more important, and not effectively a nop for lynx, it
preserves whitespace, copyint it from the HTML source to the
rendered page.

No, only <pre> does that, <code> doesn’t, nor <tt>.

[00:02] <Vutral> gecko: benutzt du emacs ?
[00:03] <gecko> nö          [00:03] <gecko> nur n normalen mac
[00:04] <Vutral> argl       [00:04] <Vutral> ne den editor
        -- Vutral und gecko2 in #deutsch (NB: Editor? Betriebssystem.)

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