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Website that crashes w3 anyone else see this?

I have no problmes with this document. (other then the fact that the
HTML is not valid)

I am running the same version of emacs and the same version of w3 that
you are.

I am running them on a sparc5 running Solaris 2.6

I am running with a dectalk express.

To test your problem I went to the location that you suggest and then
rather than open the page that was messing you up I chose to download
it to disk ( shift-d).  This allowed me to look at it outside of w3
mode rather than risk crashing my emacspeak session.  After having a
look at the document in sgml-mode to determin that it was not doing
anything malicious, I tried loading the local copy with
w3-preview-this-buffer.  As that worked, I then tried loading the
actual page, again, no problem (I am in fact still in the same
emacs session).

Don't know why this is crashing your machine.  Perhaps you could try
recreating the problem by brining the document locally as I did?

Please do let me know what happens, but as this does not seem to be an
emacspeak problem, unless it is related to the doubletalk driver,
please write me privately.


 Greg Priest-Dorman
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