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you definitely need a web browser, you need w3, and you need to
teach your emacs to use it. Emacs should be autoloading
outline-mode, your emacs definitely sounds confused.
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On 11/24/09, Steve Holmes <steve@holmesgrown.com> wrote:
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> Well, I'm not sure what is messed up but if I load outline-mode
> explicitly first, then this error goes away.  I wonder if I need to
> get the daisy module to load outline-mode or something?
>
> Once I get past that error, I can navigate up and down the contents
> list like before but when I hit the enter key now, I get a message
> that it is loading Firefox... but that's as far as it goes.  Do I have
> to setup something for headless Firefox or something? I didn't realize
> that web viewing would be needed for bookshare daisy book but should I
> install w3 for this all to work? The mode description for daisy make
> no mention of Firefox nor w3.
>
> Thanks for  help.
>
> On Mon, Nov 23, 2009 at 03:13:34PM -0700, T.V. Raman wrote:
>> outline-regexp is defined by outline-mode, so if you're getting
>> that error, something is really messed up in your emacs setup.
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>>
>> -- Steve Holmes <steve@holmesgrown.com>
>> Nov 21
>>    To: emacspeak users <emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu>
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>> When I pull up a bookshare book with emacspeak's daisy book reader, I
>> get the toplevel contents OK but don't know how to nav down into the
>> lower sections. when I hit the enter key to open up a chapter, I get
>> the following error.
>> Symbol's value as variable is void: outline-regexp
>> What am I supposed to put into this variable? I see that I can
>> populate this variable with the 'o' command but I don't know what to
>> put in there. Any ideas? This book I'm trying is one of the O'reily
>> books from bookshare.
>>
>> Thanks for any help here.
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>> --
>> Best Regards,
>> --raman
>>
>> Title:  Research Scientist
>> Email:  raman@google.com
>> WWW:    http://emacspeak.sf.net/raman/
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>>
>> On 11/21/09, Steve Holmes <steve@holmesgrown.com> wrote:
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>> > When I pull up a bookshare book with emacspeak's daisy book reader, I
>> > get the toplevel contents OK but don't know how to nav down into the
>> > lower sections.  when I hit the enter key to open up a chapter, I get
>> > the following error.
>> > Symbol's value as variable is void: outline-regexp
>> > What am I supposed to put into this variable? I see that I can
>> > populate this variable with the 'o' command but I don't know what to
>> > put in there.  Any ideas? This book I'm trying is one of the O'reily
>> > books from bookshare.
>> >
>> > Thanks for any help here.
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