Sorry to be sending this to the list... read on "Robert J. Chassell" <email@example.com> writes: > [[Did you ever receive this? I did not receive the CC I sent to > myself, so I wonder ... in any case, if this is a duplicate, please > ignore. Thanks. This is my third attempt. Here is the second > message:]] I did receive this message, this time is the second. I am going to kill and yank the response I sent to the previous mail. Hello Robert, "Robert J. Chassell" <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > [Please put me on a white list. An earlier message failed because The tech support script reader at comcast, after much consulting with her supervisors, said that you need to send email to: email@example.com Saying that you want the blacklisted IP address removed from the blacklist. She said it will likely take a couple of hours but that it will be done. > On its own, emacspeak-websearch-weather succeeds in that it asks for > > City,State or Zip: > > However, it does not provide me the weather after I type in the Zip > code or the City and State. This occurs both in X and in a console > with no X. In X, it starts Galeon! Hmmm. I am not sure what might be happening here. I didn't change anything about the function except to add the autoload line before the defun. Why should it open galeon? > (Incidently, while I understand why you left out the space between the > comma following the word `City' and the word `State', initially it > looks like a minor typo.) For future reference, can you tell me why it is that way? I was under the impression that would be a string and would just be passed verbatim. > However, emacspeak-websearch-weather succeeds more completely when I evaluate > > (setq browse-url-browser-function 'browse-url-w3) > > but I cannot put that expression in my .emacs file, not even at the > end. I have to put it somewhere else. I put it last in a shell > script which starts emacspeak with the eflite software voice > synthesizer and no .emacs file: > > Incidently, emacspeak-websearch-weather effort does not tell me the > current temperature. The word "Area" fails. What appears in my > source is: I didn't like the functionality of it much either. I was looking through the info manual and saw it. When I tried it out, I noticed it was having the problem I listed in the other mail that it was not showing up. I think the problem with it now, as far as the information it is returning, or lack thereof, is the page it fetches has probably changed since the function was written. I have been successful with the weather function in the url-template package, though. If this is something that I broke in some way, let me know and I will try to fix it. Thanks, rdc -- Robert D. Crawford firstname.lastname@example.org The way to a man's stomach is through his esophagus. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the emacspeak list or change your address on the emacspeak list send mail to "email@example.com" with a subject of "unsubscribe" or "help"
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