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Re: italics in emacs-w3m
>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.06164]
>>>>> K Ligesh <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> If emacs-w3m doesn't parse the html, how does it identify the
> simple bold text, as it does now...
Emacs-w3m doesn't parse raw html contents, but it works on
halfdump'ed data processed by the external w3m still containing
<b>...</b> tags, and they are highlighted with the w3m-bold-face
Oops, I did see. The external w3m command doesn't support
italic text, simply deletes <i>...</i> tags in halfdump! And I
couldn't find a code for italic text in the w3m sources.
> Or is that done by the external w3m?
> If so, why doesn't the external w3m recognize italics?
Well, though it is only my guess, there may be quite few
character terminals which can display italic text. Could anyone
> I mean, why can't italics be done the same way as the
> simple bold is shown?
> So if I need a feature, I have to chip in the code? ;-)
It will be welcomed if you have an idea. In my thoughts on it,
if w3m generates complex tags like <bold-italic-underline>, it
will be helpful in order to make emacs-w3m fast. :)
Katsumi Yamaoka <email@example.com>