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Re: Emacs hang and menu-bar-update-hook warning
- From: Cong Ma <frigoris.ma@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 21 Nov 2008 17:16:27 +0800
- X-ml-name: emacs-w3m
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- References: <49265C31.2010907@xxxxxxxxx>
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Cong Ma wrote:
> Dear all,
> I'm a fairly new user of emacs-w3m. Recently I update my GNU EMACS to the
> testing version 23. After that, I could no longer use emacs-w3m 1.4.4, which
> warned me about the incompatibility. Therefore I checked-out the CVS tree and
> updated it.
> So far everything went fine except one glitch: If I navigate through a page with
> the C-n and C-p keys, EMACS would hang randomly. This happens in an
> unpredictable manner, but it seems to me more often if I hold the key for a
> while to jump across large areas (yes, I know I should have used C-v ...). I
> don't know if anyone else has similar problems.
> Also there's a warning produced every time on startup: "Error in
> menu-bar-update-hook: (wrong-type-argument stringp nil)". Don't know whether
> they are related. (Lisp newbie, and not quite familiar with EMACS :P)
> I'll be glad to know more info about it and possible fixes/workarounds.
> Thank you for your efforts in improving emacs-w3m!
Just a further note. I tried invoking EMACS with "emacs -D" to disable display
features such as menus, and there were no longer hangs. I guess this may be a
hint that the two problems are somehow related to each other...
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