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Old 07-18-2003, 06:54 AM   #1
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Elinks: javascript problem

I have installed Elinks, text based brower, which is very similar to "links".
When I try to login to yahoomail, it says "no route found" I have set the http_proxyort, as I am behind a firewall.

In addition, javascript probem is shown for website, how can I enable javascript?

Further, I would like to know as to how I can changes the colors, I have browsed through the setup/options... but couldn't find the place where, i can set custom colors, have I overlooked the setting somewhere

Thanks in Advance...
Old 07-21-2003, 02:06 AM   #2
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for javascript iirc you need to enable it at configure time something like configure --enable-javascript.

Though not too sure, try configure --help and that will show all options availiable to you


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