radio sample rates.
web at audiomisc.co.uk
Tue Mar 17 09:10:08 PDT 2015
In article <E1YXt8l-00063L-Uk at bombadil.infradead.org>, Dave Liquorice
<allsorts at howhill.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 17 Mar 2015 09:27:25 +0000 (GMT), Jim web wrote:
> >>> Maybe when you see black rectangles you should 'view source' (or
> >>> whatever NS calls it). Or use Firefox (on linux).
> >> Far easier to highlight the text in theblock with right click drag
> >> surely?
> > All that does with NetSurf here is drag the entire page. Doesn't
> > reveal the text that is hidden by black rectangles.
> OK but how do you highlight something (anything) to copy it to the
Ah! Sorry, I think I now see what was meant.
A *left* mouse button click-drag does 'highlight' the text as all being
white text against a mid-grey background.
Confusion was perhaps because the mousebutton arrangements for RISC OS
may be different than other window systems. I've got so used to using a mix
of RISC OS and both ROX and xfce on Linux that I tend to adapt without
thinking, but missed your meaning here.
Doing this does show the <code> marked text. Since it was otherwise
invisible it is better, but still hard to read. I can save it as text but
that loses the font change that distinguishes code from body text, along
with other layout. Its an improvement, but still I find it hard to read.
Easier to export as a drawfile and get a clearer result. I can save out as
a drawfile as easily as text.
I'd experimented with other mousebutton and keyboard action modifier keys,
but didn't find anything that did any better.
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