Re: w3m -> standard, lynx -> optional
On Thu, Jan 29, 2004 at 12:02:51PM +0200, Panu Kalliokoski wrote:
> (1) the most important feature of w3m (for me) that is lacking for links
> hasn't, surprisingly, even been stated in this thread (at least I wasn't
> able to spot it). It is the ability of going back and forth and follow
> links without ever losing history. Many browsers work like, you can go
> back or forwards in history but if you ever follow a link your "future
> history" will be gone. In w3m, you can jump into any page you've ever
> been in during that session with "s" (as long as you don't explicitly
> throw your history away with "B").
I don't have this in Mozilla and there's been times that I noticed it was
> (4) w3m uses metamail for opening different content-types. The most
> irritating feature for me in links is that every time I start to use it
> on some new account, I have to copy a kazillion settings from some
> earlier account. I know, most "ordinary users" have usually only one
> account they work on...
Both programs should use the standard MIME backend, provided by
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