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Re: some Google links not linked?
- From: jidanni@xxxxxxxxxxx
- Date: Mon, 20 Dec 2010 10:41:40 +0800
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>>>>> "KY" == Katsumi Yamaoka <yamaoka@xxxxxxx> writes:
(BKY> Hi Jidanni,
(BKY> I've added a filter to the emacs-w3m trunk so as to work around
(BKY> news.google.com.tw. The filter is as follows, runs on raw html
(BKY> contents that are passed to `w3m -halfdump':
(BGood... thanks. But as you said:
(BKY> N-san and Ito-san wrote that what's bad is news.google.com.tw
(BKY> (see above) and don't want to make w3m work around. I agree and
(BKY> value their policy. But, although a block element appearing within
(BKY> an inline element is illegal, it doesn't mean to prohibit a browser
(BKY> from doing something with it, I believe. ;-) So, I wish emacs-w3m
(BKY> developers agree with having made it follow a way that Firefox, IE,
(BKY> etc. do.
(BAnd probably LWP too... one cannot expect a perfect HTML world, and
(Bshould be able to deal with it.