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Re: invalid timer message on latest build
- From: Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 10 Apr 2009 07:55:41 +0900
- X-ml-name: emacs-w3m
- X-mail-count: 10815
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>>>>> In [emacs-w3m : No.10813] Robert D. Crawford wrote:
(B> I just grabbed the latest build of emacs-w3m. I'm getting an "invalid
(B> timer message that repeats over and over. This happens when I open
(B> an image file. Since I use emacspeak, I hear the message every time it
(B> is spoken. I wrote the following defadvice to silence the messages:
(BCould you try this workaround as a temporary measure?
(B(setq w3m-image-no-idle-timer t)
(BThis makes emacs-w3m behave as before, i.e., it will never use
(Bthe idle-timer to fetch images. In addition, please let us know
(Bwhether emacspeak performs defadvice on the function `w3m-message'
(Bto speak messages or not? To do that, see whether the doc string
(Bof `w3m-message' says "This function is advised...".
(BI can imagine it is very annoying that Emacs speaks such messages
(Bin the middle of reading web contents. So we must improve it in
(BEmacs $B$,(B web $B%Z!<%8$rFI$_>e$2$k$N$rJ9$$$F$$$k:GCf$K!"2?EY$b2?EY(B
$B$b(B "Reading...done" $B$N$h$&$J%a%C%;!<%8$,3d$j9~$s$@$i!"$+$J$jHQ$o(B