It is desirable for normal web pages to have a limited text width
because beyond a certain width, it is difficult to return to the
proper next line. However, the content of some pages does make sense
to always take advantage of the full width of a window. This commit
enables that distinction to be made, by url regex, and uses that
feature for the 'flat' history display pages, as created by M-x
The layout of w3m-db-history pages is reversed to put the short and
constant width field (date/time) on the left.
Function w3m-about-db-history has some unusual code that directly
calls function w3m-display-width instead of via w3m-create-page, so
it was necessary there to manually set variable w3m-fill-column to
-1. I tried several other techniques, but for any other to work
involved even more ugly code.
If hl-line mode is available, in is enabled for pages that are
Logic bugs in function w3m-display-width were 'fixed'. They weren't
breaking things, but they have been marked for years as nonsense
lines with noone taking the courage to remove them.
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