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Re: user has no relief (other than lynx) when text is too wide

KY> Just for that purpose, emacs-w3m offers "<", ">", ",", "."
KY> (lynx-like keymap, the default).  Those aren't necessarily very
KY> convenient, though.

OK. Say, maybe it is all a rendering mistake...
No matter how wide the terminal is,
emacs-w3m always renders
http://kml4earth.appspot.com/kmlBestPractice.html about 17
characters too wide.

It seems it makes the left column (17 characters wide), and then forgets
to remember its width when outputting the page!