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Re: [PATCH] w3m-lnum add highlight
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- Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2010 11:31:27 +0200
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David Engster <deng@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Štěpán Němec writes:
>> David Engster <deng@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>> OK, I've grown curious about w3m-link-numbering-mode, so I've updated
>>> from CVS and did M-x w3m-link-numbering-mode, but nothing really
>>> happens. I see that [ln] is added in the modeline, but no links are
>>> numbered. How am I supposed to activate the numbering? I've put edebug
>>> on `w3m-link-numbering', but it is simply never called. Please bear with
>>> me if I'm missing something obvious here.
>> Heh. Well, I only tried it now to confirm my understanding and reply to
>> your mail, but -- you have to actually press some keys, like L F for
>> instance; then the numbers appear (and you don't have to do
>> M-x w3m-link-numbering-mode at all AFAICT).
> Aah... OK, thanks. I see now the default behavior changed in
> rev. 1.24. The commentary in w3m-lnum.el is misleading here. (Manually
> activating the minor mode is still necessary, though.)
emacs-w3m-version -> "1.4.398"
w3m-version -> "w3m/0.5.2"
w3m-link-numbering-mode -> nil
I also have no [ln] in the mode line. *But* I can use the functionality
just fine -- I simply press L <somekey>, the numbers appear, I type a
number and follow the link etc.