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Re: [vox-tech] Forcing Links to interpret file as HTML?



On Sat, Mar 01, 2003 at 01:02:37PM -0800, Bill Kendrick wrote:
> So I just added a text/html entry to my ~/.mailcap file, so I can view
> st00pid HTML attachments I received in my e-mail.  (I use Mutt on my ISP's
> excellent shell server.)
> 
> Unfortunately, when I do this, Links is given the file "/tmp/muttXYXYXYXY"
> (where "XYXYXY" is some random unique junk).
> 
> Since there's no ".html" at the end of the filename, Links interprets it
> as a plain text file, so I see the HTML source, rather than a rendered page.
> (That's what I could /already/ do, just using Mutt! :^) )

Don't know about links, but lynx has -force_html...

HTH,
Micah
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