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Thank you for introducing a good program.
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.04522]
>>>>> "Neil W. Van Dyke" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Thank you for emacs-w3m. w3mnav.el adds a few more Info-like commands:
Well, though I still seldom encounter urls to which it is
helpful, I think that should be a good feature. Please let me
make some suggestions:
1. Make it one official module of emacs-w3m as w3m-nav.el.
Replace symbol prefixes w3mnav-' to `w3m-nav-'.
Make w3m.el autoload w3m-nav.el for the navigation commands.
2. Don't use quack.el. Since quack-without-side-whitespace is a
small function, it can be included in w3m-nav.el.
3. Provide three options like; w3m-nav-next-names,
w3m-nav-prev-names, and w3m-nav-top-names. For example:
'("next" "next page" ">>" "next page >>>")
(defun w3m-nav-go-next ()
(w3mnav-go w3m-nav-next-names "next"))
4. w3mnav-different-browser is substitutable with
w3m-view-url-with-external-browser, isn't it?
5. Define keys and menu in w3m.el. There's a difficulty.
I am negative to divert the keys already defined, especially for
the default Lynx-like map. Isn't it possible to replace the
default keys with others? Of course, changing them by users
themselves is free (though, there's a problem in our todo list
that redefining keys is currently not easy).
When w3m-nav.el is integrated into emacs-w3m, the copyright
holder might become TSUCHIYA Masatoshi. Could you consent?
Katsumi Yamaoka <firstname.lastname@example.org>