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Re: w3m_el-1.2 problem (non-member post)
Thanks! I got the CVS version and it works perfectly. I think using a
variable to allow different functionality is the most flexible
One small note: Your web page says to use `guest' as the anoncvs
password. That did not work for me. Just typing enter (no passwd)
Once again, thanks.
>>> On Wed, 07 Nov 2001 13:07:14 -0500 (EST) email@example.com ("David
>>> A. Panariti") said as follows:
>> I just upgraded to 1.2 from 1.0 and now when I use M-x w3m it
>> always tries to load my home-page. I never get a prompt for an
> We decided the action when the function `w3m' is
> interactively called as follows:
> (1) When a URL-like string is detected under the cursor,
> the function `w3m' displays the prompt to make a user edit
> the detected string. (2) Otherwise, it tries to load the
> home page.
> This decision is caused by our laziness to reduce key
> inputs. If you want to choice the page, you can type "M-x
> w3m RET g URL RET".
> Your demand, however, is quite understandable that the
> function `w3m' must display the prompt everywhen it called
> interactively. Then, I installed the new user option
> `w3m-quick-start'. Its default value is t, so that the
> function `w3m' does not display the prompt when any URL-like
> string is not detected. If this option is set to nil, the
> function `w3m' always displays the prompt.
> Could you try the CVS version?