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Re: lynx-dev tests/ demos / ? (was: more TRST support)

From: Juan-Carlos Lerman
Subject: Re: lynx-dev tests/ demos / ? (was: more TRST support)
Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 08:01:32 -0700

Klaus Weide wrote:
> On Thu, 28 Oct 1999 address@hidden wrote:
> > In message <address@hidden>,
> >            Klaus Weide writes:
> > >
> > > (Actually I am not quite sure why you suggest it: *which* people
> > > are you thinking of?  Why would they benefit, don't they notice
> > > what lynx does when they run it?)
> >
> > Those people who say "Lynx is crap, it doesn't support X, Y and Z" without
> > actually knowing of what they speak?
> >
> > To be able to mail a journalist or news poster and say "Look at <URL> to
> > see what Lynx does with frames/tables/javascript/xml", rather than "Install
> > Lynx to see how fabulous it is" would probably get a much better response
> > from said journalists or news posters.
> But they'd have to install Lynx first.

Or use an updated public Lynx. In fact it should be a good idea
when arguing with IT people who are still running 2.7 and even
earlier versions such as 2.4 in university and other public 
libraries. Perhaps if they see the new test examples, they might
be convinced to do the upgrade.
> Larry suggested collecting "some test cases"; you are giving it a
> different direction.  No problem with that (it's just not what I was
> responding to).
>     Klaus
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