slightly, improving how the Links browser speaks?
jason at jasonjgw.net
Sun Dec 1 11:03:51 EST 2019
I don't know how Links is laid out on screen, but assuming that it has a fixed-size window for the Web page content, you could set up a window in your DOS screen reader that covers that area, then read that window whenever you need to - for example, when you move to a new screen of text.
This isn't ideal, of course, but it would be better than reviewing line by line.
I remember having Doslynx, but I'm not sure whether I ever had Links (the chain) on my DOS system. I did have DOS versions of a lot of Unix-based programs.
On 11/29/19, 10:51, "Speakup on behalf of Karen Lewellen" <speakup-bounces at linux-speakup.org on behalf of klewellen at shellworld.net> wrote:
Hope to ask this clearly, as it may also apply to speakup, at least for
those using a command line setup.
My goal mirrors the command line options included in some tools that write
information to the screen in a way that speech happens largely
For example, some programs call this writing to the BIOS, or used to do as
My ssh telnet client for example has a -b option that performs the
function I desire.
I am seeking such a command line option for the links as in the chain
browser. I believe? it should exist because there is a command line
option that establishes numbered links.
hoping that my question is clear, can anyone tell me what command line
option improves how content is spoken when using the links browser?
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