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Re: emacspeak bookshare and viewing books



Hi Raman,

I think I'm getting closer to what the real issue is here.

It appears that my browse-url doesn't work.  It doesn't work as w3 isn't
working.  

Even though I have the latest git clone of w3 from gnu it appears to
make no difference.

The error I get both with w3 in emacs24 and the git version is the
following:

Downloading of `http://www.google.com.au/' complete.
Drawing... done
error in process sentinel: font-find-available-family: Wrong type argument: arrayp, nil
error in process sentinel: Wrong type argument: arrayp, nil


Has anyone seen this and knows of a workaround.

I'm not familiar at all with font stuff so am a little stumped where to
start here.

Another question I guess:  Is the emacspeak bookshare library tied to
using w3 or can I use it with other browsers, perhaps safari as an
external browser?

Kind regards

Bart
   On Tue, 16 Aug 2011 14:17:54 +1000, Bart Bunting <bart@ursys.com.au> wrote:
> Hi Raman,
> 
> I'm a bit stuck here :).
> 
> I am not sure what setting to use to make sure w3 doesn't ask to save
> xml documents, although it isn't currently asking me.
> 
> I have checked the stylesheet, in the default case it appeard to be set
> to DaisyTransform.xsl with a cap d and the actual file in the emacspeak
> xsl dir was  daisyTransform.xsl without a cap d.
> 
> I am also not sure if there is meant to be a stylesheet directory set
> somewhere where the xsl files go.  I have not found such a setting but
> could imagine it being helpful.
> 
> Other than that the only behaviour I can see is that when I try and view
> a book the screen splits into two buffers, the other one being whatever
> the second most recent buffer was.  
> 
> It's like something was trying to render there and got so far as
> splitting the screen but never actualy rendered anything.
> 
> Any other ideas as what  to what I can check or how I could get some
> better error output?
> 
> Kind regards
> 
> Bart
>   
> On Mon, 15 Aug 2011 20:05:16 -0700, "T. V. Raman" <tv.raman.tv@gmail.com> wrote:
> > 
> > Make sure you have the write style sheets set up for xsl. Also,
> > you may need to configure your w3 environment to not
> > automatically save things of type xml.
> > 
> > >>>>> "Bart" == Bart Bunting <bart@ursys.com.au> writes:
> >     Bart> Hi, I have the bookshare client working well, so far as
> >     Bart> I can browse, download and unpack books.
> >     Bart> 
> >     Bart> However I am unable to read books.  I have tried using
> >     Bart> the V and v commands from within the bookshare client.
> >     Bart> They appear to do nothing, no error but no output.
> >     Bart> 
> >     Bart> Is there any trick to this that I am missing?
> >     Bart> 
> >     Bart> Kind regards
> >     Bart> 
> >     Bart> Bart
> >     Bart>   
> >     Bart> 
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> > --raman
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