Willem van der Walt
wvdwalt at csir.co.za
Thu Feb 9 03:38:22 EST 2006
Use the --show_cursor option on the command line or change the setting in
the lynx.cfg file.
On Tue, 7 Feb 2006, ace wrote:
> Hello all,
> Thank you, Greg, for responding to my previous post--I have resolved
> the problem.
> I am using LYNX for web browsing. What I am finding confusing with
> Speakup are the navigation modes available--read window, cursor on,
> cursor off, highlight, and whatever else--I am not sure when it is
> appropriate to use which. For instance, I am able to read links on a
> web site using the highlight option but am unable to find the
> appropriate mode for reading text on web pages. For me, it skipped over it.
> Also, I have three email accounts. How do I set up email in
> Linux? I am pretty good with documentation so if you would like to
> give me links to information pertaining to this issue that would be
> fine. Thanks for any help. I am trying to make the transition from
> Windblows to Linux but it is a slow one.
> Speakup mailing list
> Speakup at braille.uwo.ca
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