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Emacspeak-w3m announcing URI instead of anchor text?



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My not so elegant  solution is to turn off emacspeak reading messages.

It would be nice to get to the bottom of this.

While we are talking about w3m, has anyone else had trouble submitting
forms.  Some work and some don't I get an  error something like
"insert file litraly" on some forms and that's it.  

Still need to dig into it but would be nice to know if anyone else is
having trouble.

Bart

Bart


Jason White writes:
 > Using W3m-el 1.3.3 and W3m 0.3, I notice that Emacspeak-w3m is
 > announcing the URI of each link whenever w3m-next-anchor (bound to the
 > tab key) is called.
 > 
 > I have updated Emacspeak to the latest version from CVS but the
 > problem persists. I have also looked into emacspeak-w3m.el; the advice
 > surrounding w3m-next-anchor does exactly what one would expect - it
 > invokes an audio icon, then calls the appropriate function to speak
 > the anchor text. Upon reading the code somewhat further I couldn't
 > find any obvious cause. I did notice that the anchor text of the
 > various links I visited appeared in the "messages" buffer.
 > 
 > Before I try to delve into this further, are there any suggestions?
 > 
 > The w3m-el package was taken from Debian, if this makes any
 > difference. I suspect there may be a version mismatch somewhere, but
 > this is only a guess.
 > 
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