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[Lynx-dev] PDCurses problems and others

From: vtailor
Subject: [Lynx-dev] PDCurses problems and others
Date: Fri, 21 May 2004 09:01:33 -0500

There are some problems with the mouse when using the pdcurses library.
If you mix keystrokes with mouse clicks, the mouse stops working.  If
you try to click the mouse to move the cursor to a text form entry point,
the cursor moves to that point, then jumps back to the prior position
immediately after.

Gzipped html gets stored in a temporary disk file, then gunzipped, then
loaded.  Things would work much faster if gzipped html were kept in a
memory buffer.

Lynx has a problem with exotic new prefixes, such as the rtml:// prefix
used by Windows media browser.

The Links and iLinks browsers seem to have borrowed lynx code, then
inserted "improvements" to make lynx look like a graphic browser without
embedded pictures.  Is it possible to borrow back the Links code without
some of the Unix-only dependencies?

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