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Re: lynx-dev chartrans: ALT= tag without quotes "..." problem

From: Eduardo Chappa L.
Subject: Re: lynx-dev chartrans: ALT= tag without quotes "..." problem
Date: Tue, 5 Jan 1999 21:17:37 -0800 (PST)

On Wed, 6 Jan 1999, Leonid Pauzner wrote:

:)> On Tue, 5 Jan 1999, Philip Webb wrote:
:)> :)990105 Leonid Pauzner wrote:
:):)>> I found out a problem with anchore attribute happen without quotes,
:):)>> namely with ALT= (but also possible with NAME= or HREF=).
:):)>> By some misterious reason first letter was converted to capital "I",
:):)>> probably the first letter was not restored from checking for existance
:):)>> of opening quote on some earlier parsing stage.
:):)>> near the top you got "Iarinka", should be "Marinka" - check '\' for 
:):)>> (the text is in russian but that doesn't matter)
:)> :)

OK, sorry. I should have explained myself better. This is what I saw about
the I/M effect.

  As I said before I set my options to

     Character Set Options
(***) Assumed document character set   : [iso-8859-1______]
(***) Display character set            : [Cyrillic (windows-1251)________]
      Raw 8-bit                        : [OFF]

and I see the output as (few lines..)

            This is supposed to be the title ---->    Äåòêè è ïðåäêè (p1 of 2)

   Encoding Ìàðèíêà

then I press "\" and I see (relevant lines, again)

</MAP><IMG align=right alt=Encoding border=0 height=108 src="images/sun.gif" us
+eMap=#mapsun width=128>
<IMG align=left alt=Ìàðèíêà height=295 src="images/marina1c.gif" width=201></p>

 Both look in my terminal the same. Not that I can understand what there
says. When I set both (***) above to iso-8859-1 the I/M effect appears
(switching with "\").

 At this time when I am writting this, both ALT, look the same to me, I
don't know if your terminal will display them the same when reading this

 I don't know what EXP_CHARTRANS_AUTOSWITCH is, I guess by its name that
it's an automatic switch to the right charset. I had to do this manually
until I got the same output. Otherwise, if I'm wrong let me know how can I
find out about it and report it back.



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