Can I watch html pages in text mode (e.g. with the help of Emacs, etc)?
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I didn't mean 'how is it to you'. I meant 'when will it be'. Does 'Tool' still exists??? BTW, can 'links' highlight links, text, H1 tags, etc with different colours? I see only colours: 7 and 15 (standart 16 colours).
Originally posted by kornerr I didn't mean 'how is it to you'. I meant 'when will it be'. Does 'Tool' still exists??? BTW, can 'links' highlight links, text, H1 tags, etc with different colours? I see only colours: 7 and 15 (standard 16 colours).
I think i missed your reply. I 've just seen it now when i was browsing my subscribed threads to find something. Tool are in the studio recording a new album. I think till summer, the new album will be released. About links I really don't know. When I need a non-graphical browser (only to browse some university pages that deny my home IP) i use linx, i just knew that slackware also have links, that's why i mentioned it.
Sorry again for replying so late...
Last edited by perfect_circle; 03-01-2005 at 10:33 AM.