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Displaying pages in Lynx

Posted on 1998-08-27
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Well, Lynx sux to me b'coz it waits until it receives the html file 100 % b4 displaying them.
Is there a way to make Lynx display the page before the html file is fully received?

This problem causes a problem because on some servers, it doesn't send the whole page to the visitor.
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Get the latest ;-) at http://lynx.browser.org/ and enjoy option "-partial"

Good Luck
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Does -partial work for lynx that comes with red hat 5.0?

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no, nor in redhat 5.1... It´s newer
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