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Re: bookmark file not reloaded until w3m restart
- From: Boruch Baum <boruch_baum@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 14 Apr 2019 20:13:40 -0400
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On 2019-04-14 03:49, Emanuel Berg wrote:
> Hm, it seems my bug reports have not attracted a lot of interest...
> Perhaps I'll just ask here instead!
I'll take a look at the github site and see if there's anything there
that I can help with (no promise, no committment).
> OK, regardless of whatever, another issue since I've updated my OS and
> Emacs, that I've noticed, which isn't nearly as annoying as the
> "double (re)load" of any opened web page, but still, is that when I
> edit the bookmark file, then go back to Emacs-w3m, simply hitting `r'
> (for `w3m-reload-this-page') won't do. The old bookmark page appears
> over and over.
Are you certain that your system is binding that function to lower-case
'r'? On my system, it's upper-case 'R', and a similar function
`w3m-redisplay-this-page' is bound the lower-case 'r'.
EDIT: Hmmm. Before I hit =send=, I actually bothered to try to reproduce
your report, and can't. I loaded a bookmark buffer ('V'
w3m-bookmark-view-new-session), then opened the file on disk and changed
the html source, saved the file, returned to the bookmark buffer,
pressed lower-case 'r', and the edit appeared.
Can you think of any other details to add to your report?
> I have to quit Emacs-w3m altogether (i.e., close all the tabs) for it
> to appear in its new form.
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