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Re: lynx-dev When unhighlighting some highlighted links, lynx draws them

From: Klaus Weide
Subject: Re: lynx-dev When unhighlighting some highlighted links, lynx draws them incorrectly
Date: Mon, 15 Mar 1999 10:01:57 -0600 (CST)

On Sat, 13 Mar 1999, Vlad Harchev wrote:

>   BTW, what are other bugs in lss code - as a user, I don't see any
>  incorrect?

How long have you been using it?  I am surprised you give it such
a high rating...  Color changes often get lost if the should apply
to several lines, especially when there are lots of nested tags.
Sometimes colors on a page depend on what pages you have viewed
before, apparently in an arbitrary manner; a page may look differently
after ^L.

Maybe you don't happen to see this because of the lynx.lss file you
are using.  If you have only few different styles, you shouldn't
see these effects much.  Try to use the distributed file.

> --- lynx-2.8.2dev19-orig/src/      Tue Mar  9 22:44:51 1999
> +++ lynx-2.8.2dev19-fixed/src/     Sat Mar 13 05:13:25 1999
> @@ -65,7 +65,7 @@
>  HTML.o HTFWriter.o HTInit.o DefaultStyle.o LYLocal.o LYUpload.o \
>  LYLeaks.o LYexit.o LYJump.o LYList.o LYCgi.o LYTraversal.o \
>  LYEditmap.o LYCharSets.o LYCharUtils.o LYMap.o LYCookie.o LYExtern.o \
> +LYStyle.o LYHash.o LYUnhighlight.o $(CHARTRANS_OBJS) @LIBOBJS@
>  C_SRC        = $(OBJS:.o=.c)

There are several makefiles and scripts for various systems where
this should also be added.

Unfortunately this discourages introducing new source files, which is
probably one reason why some existing ones grow beyond a reasonable

In this *particular* case, I don't know whether it's worth starting
a new source file, since most of the change is adding to GridText.c


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