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Re: lynx-dev incremental loading artifact

From: Leonid Pauzner
Subject: Re: lynx-dev incremental loading artifact
Date: Sat, 3 Oct 1998 15:44:23 +0400 (MSD)

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>        at Sep 26, 98 08:40:42 am
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>> With incremental loading on, I see the following annoying behavior.  As
>> the page begins, I see the first text.  However, once the page finishes
>> loading, lynx does what appears to be a 'refresh'.  This causes the entire
>> page to redraw.  As far as I have noticed, this only happens on the initial
>> load from command line - I don't see the refresh when following links.

I saw the same on my system if trying -enable_scrollback switch in partial mode.
Yes, in partial mode the screen may be updated several times (one, two or more
depending on partial_thres parameter) but curses should output only
the difference, right?
>From the other hand, -enable_scrollback solve my problem with loading
localhost documents from startup (see my letter under the subject
"refresh_screen & first document").

> I noticed this on Thursday night when I compiled on Digital Unix 4.0 -
> the program is spitting out a press-to-continue message but not following
> up with a get-character.  (If I see a reliable fix, I'll add it - but we've
> had far too much changing back/forth in partial-display).

> It does not seem to happen (for me, anyway) on Solaris or with ncurses.
> The change happened between dev.21 and dev.27, and is probably related
> to partial-display.

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