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Re: w3 crashes emacs



Kalyan Mukherjea <kalyanm@cal.vsnl.net.in> writes:

> Hi Robert,
>    I think you would find it  easier if you installed emacs-w3m and
>    used the w3m mode  instead of w3. The latter is extremely slow and
>    is not very well-supported or maintained.

I agree.  It does seeem from my readings that w3m does not have the
ability to navigate tables in the same way as w3.  As I mentioned in a
previous post, please correct me if I am wrong, as I am comfortable with
w3m.



> 
> Incidentally, I got a letter from you this morning concerning which I
> would that flite is spelt f l i t e. It stands for festival `light'
> =not heavy. I guess the author wanted to avoid naming it f l i g h t!
> eflite is flite with an e in front, to indicate its relation with
> emacspeak.

Yeah, I got it.  I just have to listen more closely to hear what is
there and not what I _think_ is there.

thanks,

rdc


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