for those who use elinks?

Karen Lewellen klewellen at
Fri Mar 18 19:26:44 UTC 2016

Hi Tim,
first answer to your last question.
email Ken Scott
admin at

about your account, tell him I sent you smiles.
as for your suggesting, I must be missing something very obvious, but i. do. 
not. know. how. to. produce the output?
You have explained what it will ell me, but not how to generate that 

On Fri, 18 Mar 2016, Tim Chase wrote:

> On March 18, 2016, Karen Lewellen wrote:
>> And what setting function indicates this output?
> It outputs the features with which your "elinks" was built.  I'd
> expect to find something like "JavaScript", "ECMAScript", or
> "SpiderMonkey" in the output if it was built with JavaScript support.
> If it does have support, then it's an issue with the site you're
> visiting (or possibly with elinks' partial JavaScript support).  If
> your build of elinks doesn't have support, you can pester your admin
> (possibly providing the link from my earlier email as a hint on how
> to go about doing it) and ask to rebuild the binary with JS support.
> As a side note, several folks here use and I've not
> been able to learn much about it.  I'd love to have an account there
> for testing solutions when posting on the list.  Do you have further
> information or contacts on how I could go about getting such an
> account?
> -tim
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