links and speakup
ldavis at shellworld.net
Wed Nov 5 16:34:14 EST 2003
The only things I know about elinks, are that: (1) It allows background
downloading of large files, which is nice; (2) for some sucky reason, it
installs instead of what you want, if you do an "apt-get install links";
(3) I don't like its linking stratagy--it handles numbered links of all
types, somewhat in the way lynx the cat handles numbered form submit
buttons (that is: type the number, press enter, then press enter again to
activate); and (4) I don't like it.
Sorry I couldn't be more helpful.
On Wed, 5 Nov 2003, Krister Ekstrom
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> Hi Luke,
> On 4 Nov 2003 22:05:49 (my local time 5 nov 2003 05:05:49), you
> LD> The tables can be done either way: as actual tables (which can be quite
> LD> useful), or in the lynx (the cat) style.
> Is this also true for Elinks? and could you have links numbered there
> as well?
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