linkclick problem (was terminate script from keyboard)

xbury.cs at clearstream.com xbury.cs at clearstream.com
Fri May 21 01:49:18 CDT 2004


So here I am in my own monologue!

I found the problem and 2 bugs...

HTML without a CR after a <BR> causes 2 bugs...

1> setting the dont wrap will make a very very long line that is 
    not wrapped and which overprints itself over and over!
2> causes problems resolving the linkclicked message... 

Bugzilla loves me! ;)


On 21.05.2004 08:28:55 use-revolution-bounces wrote:
>Hi everyone,
>
>Maybe someone can explain this GUI distortion field
>
>If i browse slashdot with the discretebrowser (a basic html browser for
>RR),
>a link will be resolved via the linkclicked message really fast, no prob.
>
>But the link
>http://money.cnn.com/2004/05/20/commentary/game_over/column_gaming/index.htm
>
>in today's Slashdot's edition requires much more than just one click...
>
>Some links seem not to work (the mouseover does) but the linkclicked 
seems
>to have
>some difficulties... After making it work, I noticed that some links do
>and others dont work while
>whichever seems to be defined correctly html wise...
>
>Of course it's absolutely not reproducible between two browses. Once it
>works, once it doesn't,
>once it crashes RR...
>
>Anyone?


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