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Bug#721211: marked as done (Add instructions for configuring AcceptLanguage for Links(2) and eLinks)

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regarding Add instructions for configuring AcceptLanguage for Links(2) and eLinks
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Package: www.debian.org
Severity: wishlist
Owner: robsku@kapsi.fi
X-Debbugs-CC: robsku@kapsi.fi

Filing this as a bug so it doesn't get lost.

On Mi, 21 aug 13, 00:15:03, robsku@kapsi.fi wrote:
> I was reading (finnish) page about setting accepted languages header
> setting for different browsers, and although I did see Lynx there, I did
> not see Links2 (Links need not be mentioned since L2 is pretty much Links
> v. 2) nor eLinks, the most featurefull textmode browser, so I decided to
> send you information where to set these values there:
> ELinks:
> Under "Options Manager":
> Protocols->HTTP->Send Accept-Language header
> The format is same as with others, but also under same submenu there is
> option:
> "Use UI language as Accept-Language"
> That will set Accept-Language header to what UI language has been selected
> (with value 1 - default value is 0, and should be kept as that).
> I believe by default the fields are empty and 0 - I have "en-gb, en;
> q=0.8, fi; q=0.7, *; q=0.6" for Accept-Language.
> W3M:
> You have to start the browser with at least one file/URL parameter - it
> won't start like other browsers (more like pagers, as it's designed to be
> used as such as well).
> * Then press 'o' for options."
> * Under "Network Settings" you will find entry "Accept-Language header"
> * The default value, btw, seems to be "en;q=1.0"
> Links/Links2:
> Don't really know why I mentioned this. Under "Network Options" -> "HTTP
> Options" there is "Do not send "Accept-Charset", but even for that there
> is no option to define charsets, so I assume it uses the charset set for
> the program.
> I believe there are other textmode browsers you are missing - and wget (as
> well as several perl variants, like bget) can also define this header
> entry. I believe netrik might have been such browser. Also, not text-mode
> but "supporting" (never got anything done with it since I never got mouse
> nor keyboard working on FB so please forward that as bug report - it's
> common, google it ;)) framebuffer, so has console support, along with X
> support, is netsurf.
> Sending this as you requested information if you're missing anything :)
> --
> Jani "Inu-Yasha/robsku" Saksa * http://salamanteri.dyndns.org/wordpress/
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I think we cover the most common browsers on
and we now also support better language setting via cookies.

Therfore closing this bug.
regards Thomas

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