__/ [ Richard G. Riley ] on Wednesday 08 March 2006 11:31 \__
> "Sinister"posted the following on 2006-03-08:
>> Getting slrn to work isn't that difficult if one's purpose is to
>> pretend to be a linux user. All it takes is a linux install. It does
> Really? And if they install, err, that makes them a Linux user I am
> afraid. Anyway, you are wrong. It doesnt even take that, you can run
> SLRN under windows too.
> But I do indeed use Linux, and I'm afraid that between SLRN and
> Firefox on my machine they munge up the URL. Sorry, but there it is.
> As Roy posted, it seems to be the a split character causing
> issues. I'll do an update later and see if its easily resolved.
That first fluke should be enough to have you aware of the misjudged
behaviour. After two failures, I am sure to check for consistency among the
URL in Firefox and that which I see in KNode. I suspect all was fine until I
changed some settings in KNode.
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