-----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: RIPEMD160 When I run the daisy player now, I can get into the book 's top level ok but when I choose a chapter to poen, I get the following in the prompt buffer. Save MIME part to: ~/daisy_books/SSH/ What am I supposed to do at this point? If I go ahead and hit enter here without typing anything else, I get the following. File ~/daisy_books/SSH already exists; overwrite? (yes or no) So what the heck is going on here? I think when I dug into this before, I saw that it was trying to save the whole .xml file from the book. Does this not work with Bookshare books? On Fri, Nov 27, 2009 at 08:26:46PM -0600, Robert D. Crawford wrote: > My fault that this went off-list. Bringing it back > > Steve Holmes <email@example.com> writes: > > > Sorry on that last line, that should have been emacspeak. > > That is what I assumed. What I mentioned about tidy and customize fixes > the problem. > > > When emacspeak is running I get the errors discussed below. I > > wondered about tidy and did not recall seeing that anywhere in > > requirements to run emacspeak or w3. > > Not necessary, as you later note it can be turned off but it does help > some pages by cleaning up the html before it is rendered. > > > I'm guessing there is a way to tell emacs or emacspeak the default > > browser is <something> and we just need to replace <something> with w3 > > or whatever. > > That is where browse-url comes in. The variable > browse-url-browser-function is what you want to customize. To get > browse-url to use w3 you want that variable set to browse-url-w3. I > would use customize to set this. > > > I found the info page discussing the comparisons between w3 and w3m > > interesting reading; you wrote that, didn't you? > > Yes. Thanks. > > > The only reason I'm bothering with getting one of these browsers going > > at all is because they are required to use the emacspeak extensions > > for google related tools and the daisy reader seems to require them > > too. > > You might find after using one or the other that you prefer them to > other browsers. I won't go over the reasons as you said you read my > contribution to the info manual. > > > I do appreciate your help here; I'll go and look for tidy. That is an > > emacs application, is it not? > > For the record, no. I do see from a later mail that you found what you > needed. > > rdc > -- > Robert D. Crawford firstname.lastname@example.org > > The odds are a million to one against your being one in a million. -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.10 (GNU/Linux) iEYEAREDAAYFAksjt44ACgkQWSjv55S0LfHovgCfYb+lKV2nRGGUA8E+hVAyweuR Gq0AoNSSUwUT5Vpuk47rVkgvYaNdbvuY =yFP3 -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- 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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