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Re: Some nit-picking

From: Irene Vatton <Irene.Vatton@inrialpes.fr>
Date: Fri, 27 Oct 2006 15:26:57 +0200
To: norseman <norseman@firstlight.net>
Cc: www-amaya@w3.org
Message-Id: <200610271526.57999.vatton@inrialpes.fr>

On Friday 27 October 2006 01:19, norseman wrote:
> To all the Authors of AMAYA;
>  From the About:
>      amaya - 9.52     Oct 18 2006
>      W3C's editor/browser for the Web
>      (mail issues to www-amaya@w3.org)
> Don't get me wrong - please. AMAYA is FREE, it WORKS and I am grateful!
> I'm just nit-picking in case these were overlooked or you need count to
> justify the extra work.
>            OS: Linux (Slackware 10.2)
> 	 GUI: Enlightenment (as primary) w/Eterms
> Boxes without close button are not making friends. (errors)
>    (Yes - I know ho to close them. Buttons are easier)

What boxes???

> How to print error listing?  (Side by side review can
>    do much in the learning game.)  Makes distribution of
>    efforts much easier too, especially when the one to do
>    the edit doesn't use AMAYA. (Only screen capture works so far.)

Copy/Paste works better.
Amaya is not a complete validator, it just lists a subset of errors.
See HTL Validator and CSS Validator at W3C (http://www.w3.org/) for more 

> Open the source and error listing on a bad URL (despite cause)
>    or provide a preference switch to allow this. (Manual open doesn't

I don't think it's a good idea

>    (Manual open doesn't always work. Need to see what cause really was.)

What is your "Manual open"

> Printer Setup and ...  The 'to file' needs to keep the user
>    entered location and append current tab name or page's
>    stated name if encoded. The constant need to retype everything
>    is boring as well as mad'ning.

You may keep the current location

> The (where-ever)/pid needs to be cleaned up on exit.

It's done on exit

> Same for the .../libwww-cache. The numeric subdir's seem to
>    be cleaned up OK.

Why do you want to clean up the cache?

> The last two may be getting a cleanup from a detached run at close down.
> I closed AMAYA and looked at .../pid and found entries. Same for the
> cache. I manually cleaned the .../pid and started this and went to
> verify contents was just those two and .../libwww-cache was empty.
> Steve Turner
> norseman@firstlight.net

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