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emacspeak and eww

You probably picked the worst possible example to test eww on:-)

In general, EWW still needs work with fill-out forms support --
it's not fun to use with Emacspeak.    A few things to try

1. cnn.com 
If you specify something that looks like a hostname EWW  will
treat it as a URL.

2. Set your browser to eww --  try command
emacspeak-wizards-cycle-browser -- then do a Google search the
usual way with C-e ? g.

3. Try some of your favorite RSS and Atom feeds once you have
switched your browser to eww.
>>>>> "Bart" == Bart Bunting <bart@bunting.net.au> writes:
    Bart> I am trying to test out the new EWW support in
    Bart> emacspeak. I've built emacspeak from svn rev
    Bart> 9144. Emacs is from git.
    Bart> I am trying to launch eww with m-x eww.
    Bart> It prompts me for a url. I'm trying
    Bart> http://www.google.com.
    Bart> It spends a couple of seconds apparently loading and
    Bart> then presents me with what appears to be an empty
    Bart> buffer named untitled.
    Bart> I can't see anything in the messages buffer suggesting
    Bart> anything went wrong.
    Bart> Is there anything else I should be checking?
    Bart> I've looked at the customizable variables and nothing
    Bart> stands out that needs tweaking.
    Bart> I'm running on the mac if that makes any difference.
    Bart> Any advice?
    Bart> Kind regards Bart --
    Bart> Bart Bunting
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