Re: Console only box?
On Fri, Jun 11, 2004 at 10:44:30AM -0700, Steve Lamb wrote:
> David Haughton wrote:
> > I still prefer lynx over links (or links2 or whatever).
That is fair ...
> 1: This is debian list. As such it behooves you to follow the CoC as laid out
> here: <http://www.debian.org/MailingLists/>. You'll note that it states
> clearly one should not CC unless requested. I did not, have not nor will not
> request a CC. Please adhere to the CoC. Thanks.
Relax. It ain't as bad as spam.
> 2: Lynx suffers from a decided lack of formatting and frames support, links
> does not. As such many pages that are completely unreadable in lynx are
> perfectly usable in links. Since most people don't know about links nor its
> formatting capabilities they often see lynx, see how useless it is and give up
> on text browsers. Best to point them at the one that at least can render
> something more than the HTML equivolent of "hello world". :P
But look at bright side :)
When you want to extract a content of a frame, it will be nicer to use
lynx (I usually use links.)
So any shortcomings may be considered feature. Just like life. We just
have to make best of it.
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