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Re: LYNX-DEV highlighting bug in color slang version

From: Bela Lubkin
Subject: Re: LYNX-DEV highlighting bug in color slang version
Date: Fri, 11 Apr 1997 11:22:58 -0700

Laura Eaves wrote:

> I just made another fix of a bug that I and others have reeported in the
> color slang version of lynx.
> The bug was that some links would change color as they were "unhighlighted"
> while moving the current link around the screen.  It was necessary for the
> user to redraw the screen to restore the colors.
> THe problem seemed to happen when underlining was turned on in the context of
> the link (for example, if in a <b> or <em> block).


> This gets the info to the highlight() function in LYUtiils.c which uses
> it to turn on underlining when unhighlighting a link (#ifdef USE_SLANG,
> of course).

I sometimes see things like that with the "ncurses/SVR4 curses" color
code in the ongoing code set.  Should this change really be conditional
on SLANG only?

[an aside -- SCO Unix, an SVR3.2, has curses that match everyone's
expectations for SVR4 curses...?]

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