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Re: Newbie try to use Emacs and W3



Typically, when I encounter complex web pageswith frames, tables, and so on
I use the emacspeak links mode,  l i n ks, which supports more advanced
pages.
To be honest w3 isn't all that good of browser, and I find lynx, l y n x,
and links, l i n k s, work better on most pages.

----- Original Message -----
From: Nath <nath31@ifrance.com>
To: <emacspeak@cs.vassar.edu>
Sent: Sunday, December 08, 2002 8:07 AM
Subject: Newbie try to use Emacs and W3


> Hi all,
>
> Excuse if you think that my question is too basic but I searched on the
web
> for a long time and haven't find the solution. I explain :
> I try to do my first steps with Emacs, Emacspeak and W3  and I see it's
> very difficult to surf the web because of the webpages format which are
> designed for non blind  people. So does it exist solutions in order to
> modify the webpages display and then to have web pages displayed more
blind
> friendly ? for example is it possible to transform tables in lines ? If
> such things are possible how to proceed ?
> Your help will be very apreciated.
> Thanks in advance.
>
>
> --
> Nath
>
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